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Title:Islam and class structures in Sokoto
Author:Hendrixson, Joyce
Year:1981
Pages:23
Language:English
Notes:Paper presented at the 24th annual meeting of the ASA
City:Los Angeles, CA
Publisher:African studies association
Geographic terms:Northern Nigeria
Nigeria
Subjects:Islam
class relations
Sokoto polity
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Abstract:A discussion of the historically varying significance of political, economic and ideological elements in the structuring of class relations in Sokoto. The relationship between and among these elements, their particular conjuncture with certain historical events, redefine and condition the character of class relations and the social system at given points in time, providing a series of new patterns of 'epochal' systems seen in broad historical perspective to be a) the pre-jihad, b) the Caliphate, c) the colonial, and d) the national.
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