Collection BC1439 - Social Anthropology Department; student essays

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Social Anthropology Department; student essays


  • 1931-1941 (Creation)

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1. Krummeck, D R: The Family among the Southern Bantu. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Social Anthropology. UCT, November 1931. Ts

2. Pichanick, J: The Principle of Legitimacy in Bantu Society and the Institution of Lobola. October 1934. Ms

3. Sitloko, Cecil Singatha: An Essay on “Changes in Bantu Family Life under European Influence”, written by Cecil S Sitloko, for The Arnold Wynne Essay Prize in October 1941. Ms in exercise book.

4. Gracie, N C: Changes in Bantu Family Life under European influence”. Essay presented for the Arnold Wynne Essay Prize 1941. Ms

5. Herrman, Louis: The Family in Bantu life, with especial reference to any changes that have been or are likely to be produced by the influence of European civilisation in South Africa. [Written for the Arnold Wynne Essay Prize]. Undated. Ts, roneod


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  • English



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