AAS Self Enclosure Nguyen,VU

AAS Self Enclosure Nguyen,VU - Striving the goal of...

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Striving the goal of disengagement, the communities within Ghana and Guinea merged with the parallel systems and practiced self-enclosure. The practice of self- enclosure consisted of several factors. These factors of self-enclosure included the following: breeding diversity and division upon subsectors of the community, withhold resources from the state, weaken government power, strengthen freedom and rights of self-protection in the community, and develop new and profound techniques to survive within the community. Self-enclosure presented the division and diversity of the community in several significant ways. For example, in the communities of Ghana and Guinea, people would move back from the export crops from the urban to rural habitation, where people would settle in different areas and breed diversity. Furthermore, while moving and settling life in different areas, tradition forms, regional ethnic and kinship are also being moved where the community is developing and becoming diverse. People of Ghana and Guinea
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