Appendix A: Sources Of Pictures

This appendix does not include personal family pictures from our interviews (Figures 9 to 16). It also does not include Figure 5, a diagram that we constructed on our own.

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Figure1: A Bedouin woman showing off her child:
Koehane, Alan. Bedouin: Nomads of The Desert. London: Kyle Cathie Limited, 1994. Pg 123.

Figure 2: Map depicting the areas of the Middle East inhabited by various Bedouin tribes:
Koehane, Alan. Bedouin: Nomads of The Desert. London: Kyle Cathie Limited, 1994. Pg 8.

Figure 3: A Dobe Ju/’hoansi family:
Serrano, Sierra. Nature and Culture: The Dobe Ju Hoansi and Hxaro Exchange. From http://www.theworldly.org/ArticlesPages/Articles2003/April03Articles/NatureAndCulture2.html (accessed 5 November, 2011)


Bedouin Marriage Practices

Figure 4: Man with goat heads:
Koehane, Alan. Bedouin: Nomads of The Desert. London: Kyle Cathie Limited, 1994. Pg 45.

Figure 6: Putting on a veil as a sign of modesty and chastity:
Photograph by James L. Standfield. From “Oman,” May 1995, National Geographic Magazine, http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/enlarge/veiled-bedouin_pod_image.html (Accessed 1 November, 2011)

Figure 7: The gathering of Bedouin men in Jordan:
Photograph by Taylor S. Kennedy, National Geographic. http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/countries/nomads-photos/#/bedouin-men-sing-play-instruments_11947_600x450.jpg. (Accessed 1 November, 2011)


Dobe Ju/’hoansi Marriage Practices

Figure 8: A young Ju/'hoansi woman nearing the age of puberty and marriage
Lee, Richard B. The Dobe Ju/'hoansi. Wadsworth: Cengage Learning, 2003. Pg79

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