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Survival campaigns As well as working on specific cases around the world, Survival campaigns on issues which face tribal peoples everywhere. Conservation It's time to decolonize conservation and put tribal peoples at the forefront of the environmental movement. In some places, such as India and North America , tribes are polities that have been granted legal recognition and limited autonomy by the national or federal government.

The word tribe first occurs in English in 12th-century Middle English -literature, in reference to the twelve tribes of Israel.

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In — BC, the Tribal Assembly comitia tributa in the Roman Republic included 35 tribes four "urban tribes" and 31 "rural tribes". According to Livy , the three "tribes" were squadrons of cavalry, rather than ethnic divisions. The term's ultimate etymology is uncertain, perhaps from the Proto-Indo-European roots tri- "three" and bhew "to be".

The Greek polis "state" or "city" was, like the Roman state, often divided into phylai.

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In the historical sense, "tribe", "race" and "clan" have often been used interchangeably. The term and concept of a tribe is controversial among anthropologists and other academics active in the social sciences. The term tribe was in common use in the field of anthropology until the late s and s, during which time scholars began to reassess its utility.

In , anthropologist J. Clyde Mitchell writes:. Writing in , scholar Matthew Ortoleva notes that "like the word Indian , [t]ribe is a word that has connotations of colonialism. Survival International says "It is important to make the distinction between tribal and indigenous because tribal peoples have a special status acknowledged in international law as well as problems in addition to those faced by the wider category of indigenous peoples.

Considerable debate has accompanied efforts to define and characterize tribes.

When scholars use the term, they may perceive differences between pre-state tribes and contemporary tribes; there is also general controversy over cultural evolution and colonialism. In the popular imagination, tribes reflect a way of life that predates, and is more natural than that in modern states.

Tribes can also refer to primordial social groups that are clearly bounded, homogeneous, parochial, and stable. Tribes are an organization among families including clans and lineages , which generates a social and ideological basis for solidarity that is in some way more limited than that of an "ethnic group" or of a "nation". Anthropological and ethnohistorical research has challenged all of these notions.