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The Shona culture is a book which interrogates the Shona people's culture.
The book traces the origin of the Shona as a people and how they became to be known as the Shona.
Two polemical views of the origin of the Shona people are proffered.The book takes an Afro-centric approach in its interrogation and interpretation of the Shona culture.In order for the readers to fully understand and appreciate the Shona culture, the book has explored topics on the Shona family, the Shona traditional beliefs, the Shona marriage and the Shona rites of passage.The book has abundantly shown, through its argument, that the Shona culture has changed over a period of time, discarding things which could not be adaptable to the foreign influence while its resilient nature has helped it to continue to be relevant in the present times.
Liveson Tatira is a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe.
He has recently defended his DPhil thesis.
He has published in academic journals in folklore, language and contributed chapters in academic books in the fields of indigenous language and education.
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