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Reviewed Works: Becoming Kenyans: Socio-economic transformation of the pastoral Maasai by Mukhisa Kituyi; Life in the Balance: Ecological sociology of Turkana nomads by Casper Odegi-Awuondo
Review by: Alula Pankhurst
Nomadic Peoples
No. 29, Camel Pastoralism in the Horn of Africa (1991), pp. 125-128
Published by: White Horse Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43123345
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