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. Tambov: Gramota, 2012. № 6. Part 1. P. 128-132.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Historical Sciences and Archeology
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ENGLISH MISSIONARIES' INFLUENCE ON BLACK ELITE FORMATION IN WESTERN AFRICA: THE SECOND HALF OF THE XIXTH- THE BEGINNING OF THE XXTH CENTURY

Kudryashova Yuliya Aleksandrovna
Astrakhan' State University


Abstract. The author shows that the problem of cultural interaction has remained topical for a long time, mentions that it is important to reveal not only the origins of political, national and religious contradictions, which are often the reasons of armed conflicts between nations, but also the factors that could lead and led to intercultural dialogue, considers the problem of local African intellectuals and European missionaries' interaction, and pays special attention to black elite origin analyzing the views of the most prominent its representatives, whose ideas were subjected to transformation not only under the influence of local traditions, but also European culture and religion.
Key words and phrases: миссионерство, черная элита, "культурный национализм", национальное самосознание, взаимодействие культур, missionary work, black elite, "cultural nationalism", national self-consciousness, cultural interaction.
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