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  Tribalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tribalism has also been sometimes been called "primitive communism" but this is rather misleading since allegiance to a communist state is not based on kin-selective altruism.
This phenomenon is related to the concept of tribal society in that it is a precondition for members of a tribe to possess a strong feeling of identity for a true tribal society to form.
Tribalism as a sense of identity (its second definition), on the other hand, can clearly play a strong role in motivation for aggressive wars, and this is another reason to draw a distinction between the two definitions of the word.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tribalism   (1664 words)

  
 The Lethal Combination of Tribalism, Islam, and Cultural Relativism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
According to tribal and religious culture a woman is a man's possession and a reflection of his honour.
According to tribal culture and values, women's 'misbehavior' is not only a shame on the family but on the community, the village, the tribe, the neighbourhood and the neighbours.
Tribal and political Islamic groups are against harsher punishments for honour crimes arguing that this would set women on the road to promiscuity.
www.secularislam.org /women/tribalism.htm   (2869 words)

  
 Neo-Tribalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Neo-Tribalism is the ideology that human beings have evolved to live in a tribal, as opposed to a modern, society, and thus cannot achieve genuine happiness until some semblance of archaic lifestyles has been re-created or re-embraced.
Neo-tribalist ideology is rooted in the social philosophies of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and William Kingdon Clifford, who spoke of a "tribal self" thwarted by modern society.
Those that see Neo-Tribalism as a political or quasi-political movement distinguish themselves from the reactionary Tribalism present in many parts of the world by emphasizing the necessity of establishing a global, or at least national, network of connected co-operating tribes, as opposed to the isolated, quarelling groups of traditional tribal society.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neo-Tribalism   (973 words)

  
 Tribalism, Colonialism and Capitalism – World Socialist Movement
Within the context of neo-colonial statehood, tribalism is a colonial derivative based on matriarchal or patriarchal relations forged in the distant past and used by an ethnic group as a defensive and an offensive weapon against other groups.
In their minds, the identification with the tribal big boss and the fact that they came from the same ethnic background was enough, even if it did not ensure the enjoyment of a spoon of marmalade from the master's table.
It is these tribal associations that provide arenas for the various factions of the bourgeoisie to launch offensives and counter-offensives against each other in their struggle for political and economic power.
worldsocialism.org /articles/tribalism_colonialism_and_capitalism.php   (2217 words)

  
 tribalism - Search Results - MSN Encarta
- tribal life: the customs, beliefs, and social organization of a tribe or social group
Parochialism (quotations): Parochialism: Tribalism is the strongest force at work in…
Tribalism is the strongest force at work in the world today.
ca.encarta.msn.com /tribalism.html   (87 words)

  
 RAND | Newsroom | Commentary | Today's Wars Are Less About Ideas Than Extreme Tribalism
Democracy may appear in tribal councils, but it is not liberal, since it does not tolerate minority rights and dissident views once a consensus emerges.
Tribalism, for good and ill, is alive everywhere, all the time.
The tribalism paradigm is better for illuminating the crucial problem: the tribalization of religion.
www.rand.org /commentary/032706CSM.html   (937 words)

  
 Tribes and Tribalism
Tribalism is when we cling to that which binds us together to the point that we see those who have different ethnicity, interest or ideology as rivals or enemies.
Tribalism is when we become passionate and partisan defining all of reality through the lens of the tribe.
He didn’t just pray to a tribal god but to the One who is the Lord of all peoples and the One who loves all peoples.
www.thefellowship.info /News/041112.icm   (669 words)

  
 Tribalism and modernity in Kirgizia
Firstly, "tribalism" is an organizational form based upon strong ties to a relatively corporate family and then to a clearly defined clan.
In a tribal organized society the members of the extended family and the clan pay an especially important role for the individuals.
Those who are positive to an organization based on "tribalism", argue that: "Tribalism is a Kirgizian form of organization and thus suitable in a Kirgizian state." They also say that it is good to respect and have obligations to the family, your relatives and the land of the Kirgizians.
www.hf-fak.uib.no /smi/paj/Hvoslef.html   (3974 words)

  
 Can Humanism Stem the Rising Tide of Tribalism
The key feature of tribalism is this instinctive tendency to recognize, judge and reward people according to their group identity, rather than their characteristics as individuals.
I want to emphasize that what is fueling this retreat to tribalism is not so much the direction as the pace of the change; and the feeling of dislocation and danger to established structures of authority and privilege and ways of doing things that this engenders in people the world over.
The tribalism that we have actually been fostering is a threat, not only to the continued welfare of our species, but to that of the entire ecosystem.
patduffyhutcheon.com /tribalism.htm   (4450 words)

  
 New Tribalism
A down side to this is that sometimes a person is born into a tribe with interests and maybe a destiny that lies outside of the tribal culture.
New tribalism takes many forms but they all provides a way that people can feel like they belong yet can express their individuality.
The new tribalism is an attempt to take the best aspects of traditional tribal culture and the best aspects of modern western culture, and combining them into a support group for individuality.
www.zenzibar.com /Articles/newtribalism.asp   (1284 words)

  
 Gamall Steinn [EW] Tribalism
Many people use the words tribal and tribalism in heathendom these days, but not many have actually set down to define these terms.
Anyway, to answer your question, I think tribal would apply to an organization or group that fulfills these various dimensions of tribalism and identifies itself as a tribe.
If they also have land that they identify with, if being a part of the tribe automatically includes the practice of a specific religion or branch of a religion as the case may be, and if they have a common history of ceremonies, traditions, and so on, then they are a tribe.
gamall-steinn.org /special/ew-tribalism.htm   (846 words)

  
 Tribalism - Idols in the Church of Jesus Christ
These tribal teachings are in direct contradiction to the Word of God and those who actively oppose them are persecuted, sometimes to the point of death.
The following article on 'tribalism' was written by a member of the staff of Into the Light Ministries who has first hand knowledge of this subject and has witnessed the damage it has done to the church.
If you are unsure of people you know who may be trying to lead you into tribalism, realize that tribalism is not of God, and if that person is trying to get you into it, he cannot be doing the work of the Lord.
www.intothelight.org /tribalism.asp   (6298 words)

  
 Daniel Juster - Muslim Tribalism and Biblical Liberation
Tribalism can also be perceived in milder ways in the Jewish world.
The funeral given for Jewish followers of Yeshua is an assertion of tribal loyalty as superceding the importance of individual conscience.
This leads to a new tribalism, but a relativistic tribalism where the rule is not to offend another tribe or religion.
www.tikkunministries.org /newsletters/dj-apr06.asp   (1413 words)

  
 Native American Social Wisdom about Tribalism by Theodore Walker, Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Tribal purpose emcompasses local, broadly inclusive (including national and international affairs), and all-inclusive circles of concern, including concern for the welfare of future generations, especially the seventh generation to come.
Tribalism is important for interpreting various circles of social ethical concern, circles ranging from the most general population of all peoples to very specific peoples, tribes, and nations.
More righteous tribalism means moving from a continuation of modernity (500+ years of anti-tribalism) to a new way of life--a post modern existence free of modern anti-tribalism and commited to embracing righteous tribal values.
faculty.smu.edu /twalker/1111.htm   (6148 words)

  
 Transcending Tribalism
Tribalism occurs when group members so closely align and identify with their own unit that they see other groups or parts of the organization as competitors, obstacles, or threats.
The irony of tribal behavior is that it is rooted in one of our most positive human qualities–an ability to identify closely with others and to form strong bonds of trust and loyalty within our families, peer groups, and work teams.
It is critical that all team members, not just senior management, be lifted up to the “10,000 foot” level occasionally to ensure that the whole business, and each team’s place and role in it, is thoroughly understood.
www.johnbconsulting.com /Newsart.htm   (1851 words)

  
 Tribalism: Culture Wars at Work
Herb Kelleher, Chairman of Southwest Airlines, confronted tribalism head-on in one of his "Messages to the Field" to alert his people to a silent yet deadly internal enemy.
The winning team is awarded special trophies, special flight passes, and their department's name is added to a special heroes plane that flies in their honor for a full year.
One of the roots of tribalism is firmly anchored in the soil of hierarchical structures.
www.adventureassoc.com /THRIVE/Spring06/tribalism-article.html   (1501 words)

  
 THE NEW TRIBALISM
It is the growth of a politics based upon narrow concerns, rooted in the exploitation of divisions of class, cash, gender, region, religion, ethnicity, morality and ideology — a give-no-quarter and take-no-prisoners activism that demands satisfaction and accepts no compromise.
We have seen several decades of self-assertiveness on the parts of groups that have demanded much-needed change and the counter-reactions of those who believe their own values are threatened by these changes.
Most hate crimes — expressions of Tribal Politics in its crudest form — are committed by children under the age of 21.
darkwing.uoregon.edu /~uocomm/frohnmayer/tribalism.html   (2490 words)

  
 ICT [2005/07/18]  Urbanization's effects on tribalism
The 1887 Dawes (or General Allotment) Act, used as a tool to break up tribal land holdings, was ultimately responsible for the removal of two-thirds of all Indian land holdings for white settlement - some 91 million acres.
It is ironic that the 20th century drive toward urbanization that aimed at eradicating tribalism and sovereignty and forcing assimilation, actually served to help Indians strengthen tribal sovereignty and redefine modern tribalism.
Tribalism has generally been described as ''morals, beliefs, and identity with a tribe or socio-political organization, families, clans or related groups that share a common ancestry.''
www.indiancountry.com /content.cfm?id=1096411254   (1085 words)

  
 Is 'Tribalism' Our Real Enemy In Iraq? :: Iraq :: Hyscience
The enemy is tribalism articulated in terms of religion.
Read more of his persuasive argument on important differences between the West and the East - whereas the West is modern and rational; with its constituent unit being the nation - the East is ancient and visceral; its constituent unit is the tribe.
But Bedouinism, as opposed to tribalism, is the existence of a system of allegiance to a family or tribe in an environment that is arid and rather uncomplicated, compared to the urban centres, and in which either someone was your friend or your enemy.
www.hyscience.com /archives/2006/06/is_tribalism_ou.php   (1002 words)

  
 Tribalism - Populous by Tim Johnson - Ravenwolf - Rabbit Valley - Furry and Anthropomorphic Comics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Tribalism - Populous by Tim Johnson - Ravenwolf - Rabbit Valley - Furry and Anthropomorphic Comics
Tribalism - Populous by Tim Johnson - Ravenwolf
Chronicles of the cultures in the realm of ash and rust.
rabbitvalley.com /item_2935_2589___Tribalism-Populous-by-Tim-Johnson...   (238 words)

  
 afrol News - Botswana President comes clean on tribalism allegations
A provoked but calm Mogae in a public meeting in the town of Kanye said that contrary to wide accusations against him, he was not fuelling tribalism in Botswana.
He blasted the complaint against tribal imbalances in the Constitution as sectarian, "only coming from the other side of Dibete Cordon fence".
For his part, Kgosi Oarabile Kalaben said that the Southern tribal groupings were at peace with themselves and the rest of the nation.
www.afrol.com /News2002/bot004_mogae_tribalism.htm   (810 words)

  
 Trial, tribalism . . . and momentum - Commentary - The Washington Times, America's Newspaper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
That is the face of tribalism -- pride in one's own trumps every other consideration -- most definitely including morality, compassion and a love of justice.
But in the tribal world of the Middle East, being a mass murderer, torturer, liar and supporter of terrorists does not guarantee a bad reputation.
Theirs is a reverse tribalism: They honor every group but their own.
washingtontimes.com /commentary/20051023-103413-3082r.htm   (684 words)

  
 Jihad vs. McWorld
There were more than thirty wars in progress last year, most of them ethnic, racial, tribal, or religious in character, and the list of unsafe regions doesn't seem to be getting any shorter.
International relations have sometimes taken on the aspect of gang war—cultural turf battles featuring tribal factions that were supposed to be sublimated as integral parts of large national, economic, postcolonial, and constitutional entities.
For Jihad, the antipolitics of tribalization has been explicitly antidemocratic: one-party dictatorship, government by military junta, theocratic fundamentalism—often associated with a version of the Fuhrerprinzip that empowers an individual to rule on behalf of a people.
www.theatlantic.com /doc/199203/barber   (4321 words)

  
 Tribalism, Nationalism, Patriotism
Make no mistake: tribalism is one of the strongest human drives, and this is hardly surprising.
Our ancestors who loved their own groups and outcompeted others survived, and we inherit this mentality.
Modern expressions of tribalism include nation-state nationalism, ethnic prejudice, sports fandom.
members.tripod.com /~doggo/doggtribalism.html   (1168 words)

  
 Free Immigration Part 2 by Nathan A. Barton - Price of Liberty
Opposition to the slave trade and indenturing was had a “high” moral tone, hiding the “greed” and “tribal” reasons: indentured servants and slaves were cheap competition to “native” Americans, and they usually had dark skins and talked funny.
Limits and bans on Asian immigration, for example, were both tribal and selfish, not just “racial.” A poor “yellow” Chinese, Japanese, or Tagalong immigrant was willing to work for much less than a bankrupt Georgia planter or Ohio farmer, whether in the gold fields or on the railroad.
Perhaps, at heart, the economic fear was also a tribal “them versus us” fear: fear that we can’t compete with the newcomers, and therefore we must limit their opportunity.
www.thepriceofliberty.org /04/04/08/nathan.htm   (2964 words)

  
 Daniel Juster - Biblical Liberation and Tribalism
Muslim tribalism with the commitment of radical Islam to conquer the world has grown into a mighty, fearful and destructive world force.
In fully tribal societies this is not possible.
The answer is in the prevailing idea that the tribal leader is free to take what he sees fit.
www.tikkunministries.org /newsletters/dj-may06.asp   (1433 words)

  
 Neo-tribalism - tribe.net
Tribal culture has been around for eons before town culture, yet tribal peoples who live in towns cease to behave as tribal peoples.
Neo-tribalism would therefore be a form of tribal culture that would cause Towns people to cease to behave as Towns people and behave in a fashion as if they were tribal.
There is a frequent thread of thought where people feel a need for a greater connection with people than what they are currently experiencing.
neotribe.tribe.net   (184 words)

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