detribalise

VERB
  1. cause members of a tribe to lose their cultural identity
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How To Use detribalise In A Sentence

  • It is less practised among those Gikuyu who have been Europeanised or detribalised.
  • After carefully assessing the failure by African governments to democratise civil society and detribalise rural power, Mamdani says in the African context, elections are not just about representation, they are also about class and ethnic interests. CONTENTS
  • His life proved that he was a highly detribalised African.
  • The failure to 'democratise and detribalise power' by mainstream nationalists, as in the case of Kenya since independence, has resulted in politics being about which ethnic group is in control of the state and therefore national resources, and which one is not. CONTENTS
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