Ibo Receptivity to Change.

The Ibo are a sedentary agricultural people dwelling mainly in the tropical forest areas of southeastern Nigeria.Members of this cultural and linguistic grouping,consisting of about five million persons,live slightly inland from the coast and are separated from it by Efik,Ibibio,Ogoni,Eastern Ijaw,and other peoples who share with them many similarities in culture and in contact experience.The Ibo are probably most receptive to culture change,and most willing to accept Western ways,of any large group in Nigeria.This little pamphlet sets out their receptivity to change.


Printed card covers,protected on the face by a thick sheet of plastic,Stapled binding protected by a slide-on plastic sleeve,Size 8×5 pp 16,no plates text only.Once again a simple piece,put together cheaply.All in nice clean condition.


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