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Summary and Review of "The Iraqw of Tanzania" and "Hunger and Shame"

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  1. Introduction
  2. Opinion
  3. Hunger and shame
  4. Conclusion

The Iraqw of Tanzania, by Katherine Snyder, is a detailed ethnographic account of the affects of Maendeleo (progress and development) on the Iraqw people of northern Tanzania, shaped partially by the struggle between the young and the old to capture the true essence of Iraqw culture. However, she argues that they are not squarely against modernization in their area instead they adapt and often take an active role in the process while questioning what modernization means to them.

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