Ceremonia ślubna Beduinów z północy Izraela

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Adel Ayada

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The paper shows a review of the changes that have occurred in the wedding ceremony and the process of the choosing of the spouse among the Bedouins in the North of Israel, in comparison between past and present, with emphasis of the changes that have occurred in this process. The findings of the research study are based on field research and observations in the Bedouin community in the North of Israel.

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Ayada, A. A. (1). Ceremonia ślubna Beduinów z północy Izraela. Studia Edukacyjne, (41), 389-402. https://doi.org/10.14746/se.2016.41.23
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