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University of Manchester (1986)

The settlement of the nomadic tribes in the Northern Province : Saudi Arabia

Al-Ageili, M.S.

Titre : The settlement of the nomadic tribes in the Northern Province : Saudi Arabia

Auteur : Al-Ageili, M.S.

Université de soutenance : University of Manchester

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) : 1986

Résumé
The study is regional and human in design as it focusses on the Northern Province of Saudi Arabia. It attempts to gain some understanding of nomad sedentarization in the Northern Province. The first aim of the study is to compare the effects of both planned and spontaneous types of settlement in settling the nomadic groups of the Northern Province. It will analyse the economic development of the country of Saudi Arabia, and the major changes in the Bedouin society since the development of the economy of Saudi Arabia (1950). It will also examine the existing settlements in the region from various viewpoints. Most of the information of this study is based on field work data collected by means of a questionnaire from the Bedouins of the area. The final interest of this thesis is to try to confirm that the spontaneous type of settlement is the favourite type for the Bedouin groups in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere

Annonce : EThOS (UK)

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