Mobility, flexibility, and potential of nomadic pastoralism in Eurasia and Africa

Auteur(s) : Sun, Xiaogang (Éd.)
Naito, Naoki (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xxxvi-139 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. Collection: ASAFAS special papers ; n° 10 Publication : Kyoto : Graduate school of Asian and African studies ; Kyoto University ; 2007.Cote : G.4821Note : Réf. Dissém.Note complémentaire : ASAFAS = Graduate school of Asian and African studies. Thématique : Ethnologie | Nomadisme | PastoralismeGéographique : Asie | Afrique
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Preface / Ohta, Itaru --

Climate, economy, and land policy: effects on pastoral mobility patterns in Mongolia / Fernandez-Gimenez, Maria E. ; Batbuyan, B. and Oyungerel, J. --

Pastoralists’ potential and challenge to development: a case study of the Rendille in Northern Kenya / Sun, Xiaogang --

Pastoralism within the household economy: a case study of sheep herders in East Nepal / Watanabe, Kazuyuki --

Management and evaluation of livestock under socialist collectivization in Mongolia / Kazato, Mari

Newly emerged independent herding and the horse trust system among Sakha agro-pastoralists in Siberia: socio-economic conditions in the post-socialist era / Takakura, Hiroki

Ethnicity and migration among the Ariaal, Kenya / Falkenstein, Martin --

Transformation of the age system of the Borana-Oromo people of Southern Ethiopia: social changes in a pastoral society incorporating into a modern state / Tagawa, Gen --

Spatial-temporal models in Samburu: quantum development, manifest destiny and the economy of appearances / Holtzman, Jon --

Migration and acquisition of new clan identities among the Ariaal of Northern Kenya / Naito, Naoki --

Social changes in the moranhood of the Samburu age system: individual circumcision and irregular marriage / Nakamura, Kyoko --

Comments on chapters 1-4 / Kamimura, Akira --

Comments on chapters 5-8 / Soga, Toru --

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