Hoofmanskap

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Hoofmanskap
staatsvorm
'n Soortregeringstruktuur, polity, state with limited recognitionWysig
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'n Hoofmanskap is 'n vorm van hiërargiese politieke organisasie in nie-industriële samelewings gewoonlik gebaseer op verwantskap, en waar formele leierskap monopoliseer word deur die wettige senior lede van geselekteerde gesinne of "huise". Hierdie elite vorm 'n politieke-ideologiese aristokrasie met betrekking tot die algemene groep.[1]

Bibliografie[wysig | wysig bron]

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Verwysings[wysig | wysig bron]

  1. Helm, Mary (2010). Access to Origins: Affines, Ancestors, and Aristocrats. Austin, TX: Univ Of Texas Press. p. 4. ISBN 9780292723740. OCLC 640095710.

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