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Volume :37 Issue : 4 2009      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Tribes, Land, and Administration in Jordan: Past and Present (622 to 2009 A.D.)

Auther : Saad Abu Dayeh

 This research concentrates on interactions between tribal lands with the administration in Jordan since the dawn of Islam up until the present day. All through the years, the tribes have been a safety valve for change and stability in Jordan. The study follows up interactions between three elements: the tribes, land and administration. The tribes were sometimes an enabler and sometimes a constraint on the decisions of administrations. The power of administration has been affected by the tribes, and vice versa. This study assumes that this element has been the most important element and it has placed constraints and abilities on the power of the state. The Ottomans took into consideration this factor and interactions between the two elements were clear. Other governments showed the same interesting this element. This study reaches the conclusion that this element, the tribes, has been the most important factor and a safety valve for the administration all through the years, even in the era of globalization.

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