LES FONDEMENTS ANTHROPOLOGIQUES DE LA PENSEE GENESIQUE AKAN EN COTE D’IVOIRE

Abe N’Doumy Noel

Abstract


Four sets ethnocultural the indigenous population Ivorian. These are the Akan, Gur, the Mande and Kru. Despite some commonalities established way of thinking on the reproduction of each of these components is distinguished by its originality. In the Akan group (in the forest zone and savannah), the reproductive life goes through several stages, the design of fertility resulted in a fertility cult multiform; childcare traditional support takes a variety of sources. These parameters lead to the conclusion that the reproductive thinking Akan group finds its basis in one dimension both symbolic and ideological.
However, the analysis of the facts, it is found that the development of this mode of thought is characterized in part by a scientific psycho-order. This means that the attitudes and practices related to reproduction are not absolutely risk factors. It should indeed specify benchmarks for this scientific dimension and develop an action plan accordingly. How to get there? It is in this perspective that the present discussion proposes the hypothesis of multidisciplinary between the sciences and the social sciences.

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