Ariaal Pastoralists of Kenya: Studying Pastoralism, Drought, and Development in Africa’s Arid Lands (Cultural Survival Studies in Ethnicity and Change) by Elliot. Ariaal pastoralists of Kenya: studying pastoralism, drought, and development in Africa’s arid lands. Responsibility: Elliot M. Fratkin. Edition: 2nd ed. The Ariaal, a nomadic community of about people in northern Kenya, have been seized on by researchers since the s, after one.
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SearchWorks Catalog Stanford Libraries. Ariaal pastoralists of Kenya: Physical description xviii, p.
Series Cultural Survival studies in ethnicity and change. A75 F72 Unknown.
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Drought, Development, and Kenya’s Pastoralists.
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Ariaal Identity and Culture. Livestock Production and Human Nutrition.
Farms, Towns and the Future of the Ariaal. Studying Pastoralism, Drought, and Development in Africa’s Arid Lands, offers a highly readable and often humorous ethnographic description of the Maasai-speaking society of East Africa.
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This unique text details the story of how one society of livestock herders in northern Kenya has adapted to and survived both natural and human-induced disasters of recent times, including drought pastroalists famine, inter-pastoralist warfare, and the wide-scale intervention of international development and relief organizations.
The Ariaal’s determination to maintain their pastoral lifestyle while taking advantage of new health, employment, marketing, and education opportunities offered in the growing Kenyan towns provides a fascinating study of the dynamics of cultural change and the threat to cultural pastoralistx among East African pastoralists. This small, accessible ethnography offers a detailed look at pastoral ecology, life in an Ariaal community, the trials and tribulations of anthropological fieldwork, and problems of development and social change for Ariaal people.
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