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by Zakia Mrabet-robana,Robert Myers

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0773413073
Author:
Zakia Mrabet-robana,Robert Myers
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Social Sciences
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English
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Edwin Mellen Pr; Har/Com edition (December 30, 2010)
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356 pages
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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr. Publication Date: 2010.

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This study is a holistic analysis of Djerha's female culture and customs, from agricultural practices and dietary traditions to rites of marriage and widowhood. This work contains oral testimonies of the oldest women in Midoun community, as well as documentation of folksongs, ceremonies and traditions. A CD with full color pictures and descriptions of material culture is included.

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This study is a holistic analysis of Djerha's female culture and customs, from agricultural practices and dietary traditions to rites of marriage and widowhood. This work contains oral testimonies of the oldest women in Midoun community, as well as documentation of folksongs, ceremonies and traditions. A CD with full color pictures and descriptions of material culture is included.