Digoj (etno)

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La digoj estas etno, kiu hejmas proksime de la Hinda Oceano, en la Kwale-distrikto[1], ĉemarborda provinco sude de Mombaso en Sudkenjo kaj Tangao en Nordtanzanio. En 1994 ilia nombro estis taksita 305.000, en Kenjo 217.000 etnaj digoj kaj 88.000 en Tanzanio.[2]

La digoj estas parto de la etna grupo miĝikendaoj (Mijikenda). Sian lingvon ili mem nomas Chidigo kaj ĝi estas bantua lingvo.

Pli ol 90 % de la digoj estas muslimoj.[3]

Fontoj[redakti | redakti fonton]

  1. http://www.mombasa-online.de/Sprachen.htm
  2. taksado en 1987
  3. Prayer Profile - The Digo of Kenya

Literaturo[redakti | redakti fonton]

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  • Boerma, Ties (1989). Maternal and Child Health in an Ethnomedical Perspective: Traditional and Modern Medicine in Kwale. Muswada wa UNICEF.
  • Dammann, Ernst (1960a). "Ein Nachtrag zur Geschichte der Digo". Afrika und Übersee 44: 37-40.
  • —— (1960b). "Schwangerschaft, Geburt und Aufzucht der Kleinkinder bei den Digo". Afrika und Übersee 44: 93-109.
  • Eisemon, T. O. na Wasi, Ali (1987). "Koranic schooling and its transformation in coastal Kenya". International Journal of Educational Development 7: 89-98.
  • Gerlach, L. P. (1961). The Social Organization of the Digo of Kenya. Tasnifu ya shahada ya udaktari, Chuo Kikuu cha London.
  • —— (1963). Traders on Bicycle: A study of entrepreneurship and culture change among the Digo and Duruma in Kenya. Sociologus 13: 32-49.
  • —— (1965a). "Nutrition in its Socio-cultural Matrix: Food getting and using along the East African coast". Katika: D. Brockensha (mhariri). Ecology and Economic Development in Tropical Africa. Berkeley: Institute of International Studies.
  • —— (1965b). "Nyika". Encyclopedia Britannica XVI: 809-810.
  • Gomm, Roger (1972). "Harlots and Bachelors: Marital instability among the coastal Digo of Kenya". Man (Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute) 7: 95-113.
  • —— (1975). "Bargaining from Weakness: Spirit possession on the South Kenya coast". Man 10.4: 530-543.
  • Kayamba, H. M. T. (1947). "Notes on the Wadigo". Tanganyika Notes and Records 23: 80-96.
  • Lundeby, Erling Andreas (1993). The Digo of the South Kenyan Coast: Description and annotated Bibliography. Tasnifu ya shahada ya pili: Fuller Theological Seminary.
  • Mutoro, Henry W. (1987). An Archeological Study of the Mijikenda 'Kaya' Settlements on Hinterland Kenya Coast. Tasnifu ya shahada ya udaktari, Chuo Kikuu cha California Los Angeles.
  • Mwalonya, Joseph; Nicolle, Alison; Nicolle, Steve na Zimbu, Juma (2004). Mgombato (Digo-English-Swahili Dictionary). Nairobi:BTL. ISBN 9966-00-066-6
  • Nicolle, Steve (2001). "A Comparative Study of Ethnobotanical Taxonomies: KiSwahili and ChiDigo". Notes on Anthropology 5 (1): 33-43.
  • —— (2002). Mihi ihumirwayo ni Adigo (Plants used by the Digo people: a Digo ethnobotany). Kwale, Kenya: Digo Language and Literacy Project. ISBN 9966-954-90-3
  • Patel, L. R. (1965). "Notes on the law of Succession in three Kenya coastal tribes: Wadigo, Waduruma and Wagiriama". East African Law Journal 1: 184-190.
  • Spear, T. T. (1978). The Kaya Complex: A History of the Mijikenda Peoples of the Kenya Coast to 1900. Nairobi.
  • —— (1982). Traditions of Origin and their Interpretation. The Mijikenda of Kenya. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies.
  • Sperling, David C. (1970). Some Aspects of Islamization in East Africa with Particular Reference to the Digo in Southern Kenya. Nairobi: Muswada na. 10, Idara ya Historia, Chuo Kikuu cha Nairobi.
  • —— (1985). "Islamization in the Coastal Region of Kenya to the End of the Nineteenth Century". Katika: Bethwell A. Ogot (mhariri) Kenya in the 19th Century. Nairobi: Bookwise Ltd. and Anyange Press for the Historical Association of Kenya.
  • —— (1993). "Rural Madrasas of the Southern Kenya Coast, 1971-92". Katika: Louis Brenner (mhariri) Muslim Identity and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Hurst and Company. Uk. 198-209.
  • Walsh, Martin T. (1992). "Mijikenda origins: A review of the evidence". Transafrican Journal of History 21: 1-18.

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