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Book Chapter
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Author, Analytic
Chevannes, Barry
Author Affiliation, Ana.
Sociology and Social Work; Faculty of Social Sciences
Title, Analytic
Rastafari and the exorcism of the ideology of racism and classism in Jamaica
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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
Publisher Name
Temple University Press
Date of Publication
1998
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55-71
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Abstract
Explores the Rastafari's contribution to racism. Argues that by keeping alive the issue of identity and forcing it on national consciousness, the Rastafari movement helped to expose certain assumptions of the ideology of racism, particularly among the middle classes.
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