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Defining the Caymanian Identity : The Effects of Globalization, Economics, and Xenophobia on Caymanian
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Defining the Caymanian Identity analyzes the factions and schisms surging throughout the multicultural, multi-ethnic, and polarized Cayman Islands to identify who or what is considered a Caymanian. In the modern world where Caymanian traditions have all but been eclipsed, or forgotten, often due to incoming, overpowering cultural sensibilities, it is a challenge to know where traditional Caymanian culture begins and modern Caymanian culture ends. With this idea in mind, Christopher A. Williams investigates the pervasive effects of globalization, multiculturalism, economics, and xenophobia on an authentic, if dying, indigenous Caymanian culture. This book introduces and expounds the provocative solution that the continued prosperity of the Cayman Islands and their so-called indigenous people may well depend on a synergistic moral link between Caymanianness and foreignness, between Caymanianness and modernity.
Number of Pages: 241
Sub-Genre: Europe / Great Britain, Caribbean + West Indies / General
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
Author: Christopher A. Williams
Street Date: December 16, 2015
Item Number (DPCI): 248-08-6729
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