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Some reflections of civilisation in Africa
The eighth address in the Hoernle Memorial Lecture series delivered by Herbert Frankel in which he reflects on civilisation and society in Africa and his belief is that, one of the marks of civilisation, is the ability of people in society to work together effectively; as social co-operation. Civilisation is regarded as a process of change in aptitudes, beliefs, habits, and continued social action.The author discusses human relations throughout Africa, with reference to the social and economic history of large parts of Africa; with specific details on population changes in South Africa which include statistics. He also talks about the dangers of uprootedness because of the development in industry and mining.
South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)
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