The position of Tubu women in pastoral production : Daza Kesherda, Republic of Niger

Abstract : After a short description of pastoralism among the Tubu of Eastern Niger, this article sketches the division of labor, the women's life cycle, the rule of marriage and the status of married women, bridewealth livestock transfers, rights on the family herd, marital life, women's carreers and the influence of islam on women's status.
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Catherine Baroin. The position of Tubu women in pastoral production : Daza Kesherda, Republic of Niger. Ethnos (Stockholm), 1987, 1-2, pp.137-155. ⟨halshs-00876299⟩

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