Pastoralism and the state

Description matérielle : 152 p. : cartes, schémas, tableaux ; 24 cm. Collection: Nomadic peoples ; n° 25-27, 1990. Publication : Uppsala : Scandinavian institute of Africans studies, 1990.Cote : BGT.45Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres.
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Pastoralism and the state in African arid islands. An overview / Salih, M. A. Mohamed --

The cow and the crown. What African states can learn from European and Scandinavian mismanagement / Hjort af Ornäs, Anders --

Pastoralists, ranchers and the state in Nigeria and North America: a comparative analysis / Gefu, Jerome O. and Gilles, Gere L. --

Pastoralists and the state in Tanzania / Ndagala, D. K. --

Government policy and options in pastoral development in the Sudan / Salih, M. A. Mohamed --

Levels of identity and national integrity: the viewpoints of the pastoral Maasal and Parakuyo / Hurskainen, Arvi --

Wildlife conservation, egological strategies and pastoral communities. A contribution to the understanding of parks and people in East Africa / Enghoff, Martin --

Pastoral peoples and the provision of educational facilities. A case study from Kenya / Närman, Anders --

Getting the most out of it: nomadic health care seeking and the state in Southern Somalia / Helander, Bernhard --

Household viability and change among the Tugens. A case study of household resource allocation in the semi-arid Baringo district / Vedeld, Pal.

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