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  • Comparative study ; Countryside ; Ireland ; Land ; Peasantry ; Settlement ; South Africa
  • The land reform programme instituted in Ireland to break-up large estable and resttle the peasantry offers a useful non-violent parallel for South Africa for its own programme. The differences between the two situations are also examined. - (AJC)
  • The French peasantry as class or community? The development of agricultural syndicalism in the département of Landes 1920-1936
  • African peasantries: a theoretical framework
  • From Senegambia to Senegal: the evolution of peasantries in Peasants in Africa. Historical and contemporary perspectives.
  • Politics, modernization, and the Yugoslav peasantry in The process of rural transformation. Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia.
  • A theoretical study of the peasantry: peasants and laborers in Southern Spain, Cuba, and highland Peru in Anthropology and social change in rural areas.
  • Aspects of Hungarian peasant emigration from pre-1914 Hungary in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • Ideological capacitation of the peasantry in the context of revolutionary agrarian reform in Anthropology and social change in rural areas.
  • The rural roots of social struggle: the peasantry in Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua
  • This paper includes the following chapters : 1. Agrarian Communism. 2. The Rise of Agrarian Socialism. 3. Agrarian Socialism Enforced upon the Peasantry. 4. The Beginning Decline of Agrarian Socialism as an Attrative Organizational Model.
  • Belorussian and Ukrainian peasants in Poland, 1919-1939: a case study in peasantry under foreign rule in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • Africa ; Economic development ; Peasantry ; Rural economy ; Subsaharan Africa
  • Beyond ujamaa in Tanzania. Underdevelopment and an uncaptured peasantry.
  • The Czechoslovak Republican party of the smallholders and peasants and the German minority, 1918-1919 in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • The national-economic implications of the formation of the Czech Agrarian party (1899) in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • The second serfdon in Bohemia: a case study of the Rozmberk estates in the 16th century in The peasantry of Eastern Europe. Vol. I. Roots of rural transformation.
  • Colonization ; Decentralization ; Forest ; Forest policy ; Fuelwood ; Mali ; Natural resources ; Participation ; Peasantry ; Resource management ; Social relations
  • This article provides a historical perspective based on archival records that show how state forestry management in colonial Mali reflected the interests of the French administration, in contrast to those of the peasantry. In the 1990s, Mali began
  • Countryside ; Cultural studies ; Family ; France ; Peasantry ; Rural life ; Rural society
  • Cambodia ; Fishing ; Lake ; Peasantry ; Rational use ; Sustainable development ; Water management