Was Christianity a means of the deafricanization and social control of slaves?: a comparison of the response of free West Africans to Christianity with the response of African slaves in the United States

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Main Author: Adefila, Johnson Ajibade (Author)
Format: Print Book
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Published: Lewiston, NY [u.a.] Mellen Press 2011
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B USA / Slave / Blacks / Africa / Mission (international law / Protestantism / Inculturation / Social control
B Africa / Mission (international law / Protestantism / Inculturation
Further subjects:B African Americans Cultural assimilation History
B Protestantism Africa, West History
B Christianity and culture United States History
B Protestantism United States History
B West Africans Cultural assimilation History
B Christianity and culture Africa, West History
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Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and indexes. - The West African background -- Christianity and religious acculturation in West Africa -- Africanisms in slave religion : the role of the "conjure-man" -- Christian evangelization and the slaves' response -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Name index -- Subject index