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Author Kressel, Gideon M., 1936-
Title Let shepherding endure : applied anthropology and the preservation of a cultural tradition in Israel and the Middle East / Gideon M. Kressel.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, 2003.

Author Kressel, Gideon M., 1936-
Series SUNY series in anthropology and Judaic studies
SUNY series in anthropology and Judaic studies.
Subject Shepherds -- Middle East.
Shepherds -- Israel.
Pastoral systems -- Middle East.
Pastoral systems -- Israel.
Bedouins -- Land tenure -- Middle East.
Bedouins -- Domestic animals -- Middle East.
Desert conservation -- Middle East.
Desert conservation -- Israel.
Applied anthropology -- Middle East.
Applied anthropology -- Israel.
Middle East -- Environmental aspects.
Israel -- Environmental aspects.
Description 1 online resource (xix, 213 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-202) and indexes.
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1. Nomadic Pastoralists, Agriculturalists, and the State: Self-Sufficiency and Dependence in the Middle East -- 2. Changes in Land Usage by the Negev Bedouin since the Mid-Nineteenth Century: The Intratribal Perspective -- 3. Applied Anthropology, Cultural Survival, and new Directions for the Future of the Negev Bedouin -- 4. Governmental Policies toward the Bedouin -- 5. Enhancing the Attractiveness of Shepherding -- 6. Are Shepherds' Villages Viable? -- 7. Designing a Shepherd's Village -- 8. Teach the Children of Judah Sheep!: The Crisis of Small Ruminants Breeding -- 9. Towards a Better Plan of Action.
Summary "Let Shepherding Endure proposes new ways for governments to enhance and sustain the long-term future development of shepherding communities. Adopting a broad historical and anthropological perspective on the topic, and assessing various pastoral relief programs, Kressel proposes an alternative program whereby the region's states would promote a brand of pastoralism that preserves rangeland herding while keeping in step with the contemporary cultural and political context. This set of recommendations would have several dividends, especially for the Bedouin: their cultural legacy, in danger of obsolescence, would be preserved while at the same time enhancing both their pastoral skills and ability to secure a livelihood from herding."--Jacket.
ISBN 1417536152 (electronic bk.)
9781417536153 (electronic bk.)
0791458059 (alk. paper)
9780791458051 (alk. paper)
0791458067 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9780791458068 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9780791486467
079148646X
ISBN/ISSN 9780791458051
OCLC # 56408528
Additional Format Print version: Kressel, Gideon M., 1936- Let shepherding endure. Albany : State University of New York Press, 2003 0791458059 0791458067 (DLC) 2002030978 (OCoLC)50676739



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