Love versus Culture
About the Book
The mysteries of our human society, had been culturally oriented that creates a formidable force to subservient any rational thanking. If we as human intend to survive the dynamism of the twenty first century, love and culture should be a common sense interpretation based on needs, want and choice of individual approach. The illustrative account of love had stood the test of human history in the most perilous conditions, a state of complete chaos and even death itself. If love is to be understood within the contest of culture and tradition, should it not to be said that, what love is could be mere cultural fulfillment rather than expressive interpretation of the heart, that exceeds the instrumentalism of held values, customs of recorded practice which could not necessarily applied to real life situation.
About the Author
The author was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa to the union of the late paramount chief B.G Dassama of Dama Chiefdom , Kenema district and Lucinda Dassama (Nee Davies). He had his initial education in Sierra Leone and later proceeded to the United Kingdom of Great Britain, where he had his Bsc (Hons ) in Social Sciences at London South Bank University and Law qualifi cation at the London Metropolitan University followed by Msc at Birkbeck College, University of London. The author also held a diploma in Teaching from East London College and a PhD in Criminal Law at Lorenz University USA.