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  1. Attempts to Create an Inter-Ethnic and Inter-Generational ‘National Culture’ in Kenya.Gail Presbey - 2012 - Diogenes 59 (3-4):48-59.
    National unity is important in Kenya, since ethnic divisions have sometimes become deadly. The imposed Coalition government and the recent new Constitution in 2010 were attempts to overcome division. But cultural divisions among the generations are just as much of a challenge as ethnic divisions, as the youth sometimes sideline the practices and worldviews of their elders, leaving people to wonder what binds people to each other as Kenyans? The idea of “national culture” has its pitfalls, bit seems necessary nevertheless, (...)
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  • “Bâtir une «culture nationale» interethnique et intergénérationnelle au Kenya”.Gail Presbey - 2012 - Diogène/Diogenes: Revue Internationale des Sciences Humaines 59 (235-236):62-80.
    The challenges of building community based on a common identity that also respects differences has two different kinds of chasms to cross. There is the division of ethnic groups, and there is also the generational gap. Given recent problems of ethnic violence that broke out during the December 2007 elections, can contemporary Kenyans build community, coming to common understanding with others on issues such as value and identity? This is not a new problem. It has often been expressed as the (...)
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