AFRIQUE A LA QUETE DE LA GESTION DE SON IDENTITE CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE

Authors

  • Jean-Paul Letunita Nzambe Philosophe, Enseignant Chercheur en philosophie de l’art Université de Bunia (Ituri) République Démocratique du Congo
  • Dieudonné Umakayo Rundi Enseignant Chercheur en communication des organisations Université de Bunia (UNIBU)/Ituri République Démocratique du Congo
  • Angèle Namawa Magidriko Chercheuse en Gestion des entreprises Université de Bunia (UNIBU)/Ituri République Démocratique du Congo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53555/nnssh.v8i4.1229

Abstract

The question of the search for his identity and the modalities of management of these identities have remained a concern as much for the politician, the free man as for the scientists. Africa has not been able to make its cultural values speak and live by the fact that the colonizer has not allowed these cultures to flourish. This stifling of Aftican cultural values by the colonizer prompted the African to free himself and seek his identity. African intellectuals have given themselves a double mission: we must seek a to manage their identity well and accept to live with others without losing this identity. 

Published

2022-05-07

How to Cite

Nzambe, J.-P. L. ., Rundi, D. U. ., & Magidriko, A. N. . (2022). AFRIQUE A LA QUETE DE LA GESTION DE SON IDENTITE CINEMATOGRAPHIQUE. Journal of Advance Research in Social Science and Humanities, 8(4), 16–23. https://doi.org/10.53555/nnssh.v8i4.1229