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by Rex M. Nettleford

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Author:
Rex M. Nettleford
ISBN13:
978-1558763166
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1558763163
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Markus Wiener Pub; Revised edition (August 1, 2003)
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Anthropology
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Rex Nettleford, Universities of the West Indies, is the author of Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: A Voice from the Caribbean and other books.

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Nettleford, Rex . 1933-2010; University of California, Los Angeles. Center for Afro-American Studies; UCLA Latin American Center. Jamaica - Civilization, Jamaica - Cultural policy. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on December 11, 2013. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Rex Nettleford goes further by declaring that cultural identity is as fundamental a reality as food, shelter .

Rex Nettleford goes further by declaring that cultural identity is as fundamental a reality as food, shelter, clothing and job opportunities and is not a mere abstract preoccupation. For this reason, cultural ‘action’ is central to effective social change. Caribbean Cultural Identity analyses and illustrates the dynamics of cultural evolution in the Caribbean. This book is essential reading for courses in Caribbean Studies in particular and Cultural Studies in general and provides a valuable resource for culture workers and for policymakers engaged in culture and development.

Caribbean Cultural Identity: An Essay in Cultural Dynamics is a reaffirmation of the validity of that persistent quest by the Jamaican and Caribbean people fo. .ISBN13:9781558763166.

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Caribbean Cultural Identity : The Case of Jamaica. Rex Nettleford, Universities of the West Indies, is the author of Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: A Voice from the Caribbean and other books. By (author) Rex M. Free delivery worldwide. Up until the 1970 the Jamaican establishment considered ""culture"" to be European. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

His books included pioneering works in Caribbean cultural studies, notably Caribbean Cultural Identity (1978) .

His books included pioneering works in Caribbean cultural studies, notably Caribbean Cultural Identity (1978) and Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: A Voice from the Caribbean (1993). In a statement made after Nettleford's death, Jamaican prime minister Bruce Golding called him a quintessential Caribbean man.

This timely re-issue (with a new introduction) of Caribbean Cultural Identity: The Case of Jamaica is a re-affirmation of the validity of that persistent quest by the Jamaican and Caribbean people for place and purpose in a globalised world of continuous change.

In post-colonial societies like Jamaica, the issue of cultural identity is as important as political independence and economic self-sufficiency. Professor Nettleford goes further by declaring that cultural identity is as fundamental a reality as food, shelter, clothing and job opportunities and is not a mere abstract preoccupation. For this reason, cultural ‘action’ is central to effective social change.

This new edition should therefore continue to appeal to policy makers, culture workers and students of cultural studies as well as the general reader interested in the place of culture in development.