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Published by Schenkman Books Inc. .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Industries - General,
  • History - General History

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8345040M
ISBN 10087073718X
ISBN 109780870737183

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Ghimire, K.B. (ed.), Land reform and peasant livelihoods: The social dynamics of rural poverty and agrarian reforms in developing countries, pp. Publication type: Part of book or chapter of book: Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http Peasant mobilization for land reform. Historical case studies nd Cited by: Specifically, it addresses the challenges facing peasant movements in their pursuit of political and economic democracy. The book takes as a point of reference the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST), the most dynamic force for progressive social change in Latin America today. Request PDF | Decentralization and the local developmental state: peasant mobilization in Oromiya, Ethiopia | This article explores the politics of decentralization and state–peasant encounters. Get this from a library! Land reform and peasant livelihoods: the social dynamics of rural poverty and agrarian reforms in developing countries. [K B Ghimire; United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.;] -- This book advocates land reform as a valid policy option for rural development and poverty eradication. It argues that land reform should be strongly supported by donor.

"This book is a great contribution to the study of agrarian reform in contemporary Brazil. Employing an interdisciplinary theoretical perspective supported by field research, Robles and Veltmeyer critically examine the socio-economic forces that have shaped two different and diametrically opposed visions of agricultural development in Brazil: the corporate-led agribusiness and peasant-led food Cited by: 5. Oct 31,  · Rural development can be understood as the unfolding of capitalism in rural areas, and as that package of policy and project interventions that aim to foster socio-economic change and human improvement in rural areas. Some writing on ‘rural development’ thus addresses general issues of agrarian change, peasant economy, and rural politics. Sep 14,  · Part of the Development, Justice and Citizenship book series (SIID) Abstract The first section is devoted to a historical background of state-society relations in Peru and other Andean countries, with a particular focus on the uneven and scattered presence of the state and the evolution of rural prideinpill.com: Maria-Therese Gustafsson. This book has been cited by the following publications. Lucien. “Peasant Responses to CCP Mobilization Policies, –,” in Tony Saich and Hans van de Ven, eds., Philip. The Peasant Family and Rural Development in the Yangze Delta, .

Apr 21,  · Hence, it follows sub-kebele institutions at the community level in a rural district and analyses their significance for state-led development and peasant mobilization between the and elections. Based on ethnographic field research, the empirical case presented discloses that decentralization and state-led development serve the Cited by: Apr 06,  · Hence, it follows sub-kebele institutions at the community level in a rural district and analyses their significance for state-led development and peasant mobilization between the and elections. Based on ethnographic field research, the empirical case presented discloses that decentralization and state-led development serve the Cited by: It is remarkable that in the increasingly abundant literature over the years on rural development and on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as part of the growing interest in the role of ficivil societyfl, hardly any attention is paid to the Peasant Mobilization for Land Reform: Historical Case Studies and Theoretical Considerations. Can land reform reverse rural poverty and marginalization? What are the global forces and trends that cause peasants' vulnerability? Who obstructs or helps local mobilization? What recourses and allies can peasants count on? This book advocates land reform as a valid policy option for rural development and poverty eradication.