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Blood Revenge Family Honor, Mediation and Outcasting

by Joseph Ginat, Philip Carl Salzman

Blood Revenge Family Honor, Mediation and Outcasting Synopsis

A book about blood homicide in Bedouin and rural Arab society in Israel.

Blood Revenge Family Honor, Mediation and Outcasting Press Reviews

The case studies are interesting and illuminating. They add an important empirical dimension to the general theoretical discussion of conflict resolution. -- Middle Eastern Studies

Book Information

ISBN: 9781898723189
Publication date: 1st January 1997
Author: Joseph Ginat, Philip Carl Salzman
Publisher: Sussex Academic Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 228 pages
Categories: Violence in society,

About Joseph Ginat, Philip Carl Salzman

Joseph Ginat, formerly Chairman of the Jewish-Arab Center at the University of Haifa, and a former Director of the Israeli Academic Center in Cairo, is currently working with the Egyptian scholar Maha El-Rashidi on methods of conflict resolution.

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