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Publication Type
Book Chapter
UWI Author(s)
Author, Analytic
Hutton, Clinton; Murrell, Nathaniel S.
Author Affiliation, Ana.
Government; Faculty of Social Sciences
Title, Analytic
Rasta's psychology of blackness, resistance, and somebodiness
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Author, Monographic
Murrell, Nathaniel S.; Spencer, William D.; McFarlane, Adrian A.
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Title, Monographic
Chanting down Babylon: The Rastafari reader
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Place of Publication
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher Name
Temple University Press
Date of Publication
1998
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Page(s)
36-54
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Abstract
Identifies the psychological concepts that enabled Blacks to survive a legacy of oppression in Babylon, concepts that are now the basis of the Rastafarian ideology. Also traces the development of the Rasta psychology of resistance liberation and redemption through Ethiopianist, Garveyists and Afro-Caribbean sources.
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