This book documents the function of social science analyses in the identification and evaluation of development programs in the Middle Eastern and North African countries. It demonstrates that anthropology and social sciences have a good deal to contribute to the understanding of domestic economies.

chapter |14 pages


ByMuneera Salem-Murdock, Michael M Horowitz, Monica Sella

chapter 1|15 pages

Brokering Social Science in Development: Experiences in Morocco

ByAlice L. Morton

chapter 4|21 pages

Water-User Associations in Rural Central Tunisia

ByNicholas S. Hopkins

chapter 6|29 pages

Development in Hammam Sousse, Tunisia: Change, Continuity, and Challenge

ByFrederick C. Huxley

chapter 10|17 pages

Advocacy in a Bedouin Resettlement Project in the Negev, Israel

ByEmanuel Marx

chapter 11|34 pages

Rural Development and Migration in Northeast Syria

ByGünter Meyer

chapter 13|20 pages

Land Use and Agricultural Development in the Yemen Arab Republic

ByDaniel Martin Varisco

chapter 15|14 pages

Tradition and Change Among the Pastoral Harasiis in Oman 1

ByDawn Chatty