Bedouin justice in Jordan (the customary legal system of the tribes and its integration into the framework of the state policy from 1921 onwards).
Oweidi, Ahmad Saleh Suleiman.
University of Cambridge
Department of Social Anthropology.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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Oweidi, A. S. S. (1982). Bedouin justice in Jordan (the customary legal system of the tribes and its integration into the framework of the state policy from 1921 onwards). (Doctoral thesis).
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