3 edition of Land struggles & social differentiation in southern Mozambique found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 59-64).
|Other titles||Land struggles and social differentiation in southern Mozambique.|
|Series||Research report,, no. 82, Research report (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) ;, no. 82.|
|LC Classifications||DT1 .N64 no. 82, HD649.Z63 .N64 no. 82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||89134455|
The most recent experience is the Zimbabwe land question and reform process and classical one is the Mau Mau struggles for land in Kenya in the s. On this regard Nyerere is right and his ideas echoes those of Polanyi and others before and after him who believed that commodification of fictitious property would be resisted. Analysis - A new paper in the Journal of Agrarian Change by the team that wrote the Zimbabwe's Land Reform book examines the processes of rural differentiation that have occurred following land.
The Chikweti forestry project in the northern province of Niassa in Mozambique is an important case illustrating a complex response by local people to investments, which is neither for nor against land deals, but rather squarely in the category of struggles within land deals. Here, social groups in local communities are demanding more jobs Cited by: For example, the Land Acts passed in and by the new government of Malawi gave ‘the Minister responsible for land under the Land Act unfettered powers to dispose of customary land’ whenever ‘the Minister responsible for land matters deems it expedient for better agricultural development’. 21 This inevitably set up Cited by:
The Mutirikwi river was dammed in to make Zimbabwe's second largest lake. This book explores struggles around land claims, resettlements, ruined farms and place-names in the ongoing remaking of Mutirikwi's landscapes. "A fascinating book, rich in complex detail and full of . A real-existing internationalism can only be based on those struggles that originate within national boundaries. It is of course truly remarkable that Alexander, due to his post-graduate history studies on Robben Island in the early s, was able to get hold of the German version of the Manifesto as the prison wardens did not comprehend that.
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Mozambique's problems in a dynamic and political way. Kenneth Hermele's Land Struggles and Social Differentiation in Southern Mozambique: A Case Study of Chokwe, Limpopo - is written equally from a class conscious point of view but without the determinism of the underdevelopment theoretical edifice.
The book traces the history of. Get this from a library. Land struggles & social differentiation in southern Mozambique: a case study of Chokwe, Limpopo, [Kenneth Hermele].
Mozambique's problems in a dynamic and political way. Kenneth Hermele's Land Struggles and Social Differentiation in Southern Mozambique: A Case Study of Chokwe, Limpopo is written equally from a class conscious point of view but without the determinism of the underdevelopment theoretical edifice.
The book traces the history of. Land grabbing, social differentiation, intensified migration and food security in northern Ghana Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Peasant Studies December with Reads.
The post-colonial reality-land struggles across Southern Africa Rhodes > Latest News > Archives > As leaders in their field, HOD of Sociology Dr Kirk Helliker and programme director of Trust Africa, Dr Tendai Murisa co-edited a new book entitled: Land struggles and Civil Society in Southern Africa.
Prof Hendricks described the book as “a compelling read” and a comprehensive overview of land struggles in Southern Africa, with a particular focus on case studies. “This book is remarkable in that very few of the authors are university-based – even though it.
Research Description. I am currently completing a book manuscript, For Land and Liberty: Black Struggles in Rural Brazil, an ethnographic study of Afro-Brazilian quilombo (maroon-descended) communities and their struggles for land rights, land reform, and work examines how race and ethnicity have become significant in new ways in twenty-first century Brazil and crucial to the.
Land struggles & social differentiation in southern Mozambique: a case study of Chokwe, Limpopo, Statsekonomiska betraktelser, med särskildt afseende på. Land-grabbing, land-use transformation and social differentiation: Deconstructing ‘‘small-scale” in Ghana’s recent gold rush Article (PDF Available) in World Development August gies and impacts of new rural land movements’ struggles were initi-ated from through a tri-continental study, published in (Moyo, S and Yeros, P.
[eds] Reclaiming the Land: The Resurgence of Rural Movements in Africa, Asia and Latin America, Zed Books). This debate spawned various AIAS publications on land struggles in. Land and agrarian questions in SA - A socialist perspective. RICHARD LEVIN argues that land and agrarian struggles are a largely neglected area within our movement.
It is essential for a party like the SACP to engage much more actively and strategically with. A new paper in the Journal of Agrarian Change by the team that wrote the Zimbabwe’s Land Reform book examines the processes of rural differentiation that have occurred following land reform inand their political and economic consequences.
The paper points out that “acquiring land through reform processes and allocating it to a mix of largely land and income poor people from. Kenneth Hermele, Land Struggles and Social Differentiation in Southern Mozambique: A Case Study of Chokwe, Limpopo – (Uppsala: ).
Google Scholar Cited by: Introduction. The Contexts & Consequences of Africa’s Land Rush. RUTH HALL, IAN SCOONES southern Mozambique, and white South African farmers venturing on Analysis of emerging patterns of social differentiation focuses attention on who wins, who loses out, and what new dynamics of accumulation and.
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Colonialism and Inequity in Zimbabwe Abstract The battle over access to land resources in Zimbabwe demonstrates how gross inequities with respect to distribution of and access to key life supporting resources such as land and forests can compromise human and environmental security, and undermine conservation efforts.
Matabeleland North, a large. An important conclusion emerging from these detailed studies of new and proliferating land transfers is that some of the social struggle over land appears to be not merely about land per se but about legitimacy and authority more broadly (Berry,Lund,Moore,Richards, ). 13 Social differentiation and political rivalry Cited by: Get this from a library.
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Leroy Vail (August 5, – Ma ) whose birth name was Hazen Leroy Vail was an American specialist in African studies and educator who specialised in the history and linguistics of Central Africa and later extended his interests to Southern Africa. He taught in universities in Malawi, Zambia and the United States and his research in the first two countries inclined him toward the Born: Hazen Leroy Vail, August 5,Boston.
This book studies practices of land management in peri-urban Ghana where traditional leadership forms a vibrant part of social life. International policy is currently witnessing a renewed interest in customary tenure systems as well as traditional leadership, through which it aims to enhance the efficiency of local governance and create general access to and secure rights in land.Zambezia (), XXVI (ii).
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