The Tanzanian peasantry : economy in crisis /
edited by Peter G. Forster, Sam Maghimbi.
Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : Avebury, c1992.
xxiii, 287 p.
1856281558 :
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Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, Vt., USA : Avebury, c1992.
1856281558 :
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This study is an analysis of peasant economy since independence. It describes the level of development of peasant economy and society in Tanzania. It also examines the causes of current general decline in peasant economy. The conclusion focuses on the failure to transform peasant society and agriculture.
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Some notes on self help programmes among the Pare people and their impact on social development
The decline of the economy of the mountain zones of Tanzania: a case study of the Mwanga District (North Pare)
The importance of anthropological research in rural development planning in Tanzania
'Modernization' and the de-harmonization of the man-nature relationship: the case of the agrico-pastoral Iraqw of the old Mbulu District
Co-operative and agricultural development problems and policy options: the Tanzanian experience 1961-1990
Technological factors in peasant production in Tanzania: three decades of learning by doing
Socialism in two countries: a study of socio-economic dynamics and their effect on socialist strategies in early post-Independence years in India and Tanzania
Socialism from above: the view from below
The roots of an Agrarian crisis in Tanzania: a theoretical perspective
Technical stagnation, ageing population and agricultural production in Tanzania: the case of Lugoba, Msata and Mboga villages in Bagamoyo District
Agricultural marketing reforms and the public versus private debate in Tanzania
The contribution of economists to rural development in Tanzania
Some notes on the Sungusungu movement
The abolition of peasant co-operatives and the crisis in the rural economy in Tanzania
Environmental crisis and the peasantry in Tanzania
Why Tanzanian society is not experiencing structural adjustment: the case of Iringa
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