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The Land Question and the Peasantry in Southern AfricaThe Land Question and the Peasantry in Southern Africa
Peasantry in Southern Africa. En libro: Politics and Social Movements in an Hegemonic World: Lessons from Africa, Asia and Latin America. Boron, Atilio A.; Lechini, Gladys. Clacso, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales
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Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches by Marvin Harris (1974)Cows, Pigs, Wars and Witches by Marvin Harris (1974)
How can we ever hope to understand people so different from ourselves? Westerners find the idea that there might be a practical explanation for Hindu love of cow more upsetting than Hindus do. The sacred cow-how else can I say it? is one of our favorite
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Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares PenteadoFernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado
Many Bolivian leaders doubt that the forces driving the two countries toward making this deal can overcome these difficulties in time to avoid a collapse of Bolivia's foreign trade
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Racial discrimination in the Cambodian GenocideRacial discrimination in the Cambodian Genocide
The author is grateful for the comments and suggestions of Professor Ben Kiernan of Yale University, in addition to generous funding provided in 2005 by the Mellon Undergraduate Research Grant
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Competing for Green Neoliberalism and the rise of sustainable citiesCompeting for Green Neoliberalism and the rise of sustainable cities
However, because they operate within the framework of neoliberalism, they are not likely to provide the panacea of green economic growth that they promise, nor adequately address issues of social and environmental justice
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The Vietnam War had profound effects on the usa and the people of South-East AsiaThe Vietnam War had profound effects on the usa and the people of South-East Asia
Using these four passages and your own knowledge, assess the view that the war in Vietnam had a more lasting impact on the usa than on the people of South-East Asia
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Climate Change and Conflict: Addressing the Inevitable through Conflict TransformationClimate Change and Conflict: Addressing the Inevitable through Conflict Transformation
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Rural Poverty in China: Problem and Policy Gregory c chow (8/9/06)Rural Poverty in China: Problem and Policy Gregory c chow (8/9/06)
Communist Party officials. Hence the country’s leaders now consider the number one economic and social problem to be rural poverty despite the substantial improvement in the living standard of the rural population in recent years
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Demographic Consequences of China’s One-Child PolicyDemographic Consequences of China’s One-Child Policy
After comparing the benefits and risks associated with the current one-child policy, a new two-child policy proposal and an incentive driven system we conclude that the institution of a new two-child policy is the best approach for China’s
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Journal of Early Christian Studies 2 (1998) 185-226Journal of Early Christian Studies 2 (1998) 185-226
Substantively, I want to show that, in all probability, there were very few Christians in the Roman world, at least until the end of the second century. I then explore the implications of small number, both absolutely
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The Exclusion Field: Politics, Institutions and Inequality in an Indian CityThe Exclusion Field: Politics, Institutions and Inequality in an Indian City
Taken together, these practices constitute a field of exclusion, one that is shaped primarily by the particular political and institutional nature of the local Indian stat
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Chapter 1 OutlineChapter 1 Outline
Domesticity roles of the Native Americans were discussed to give a comparison to the European roles of domesticity. This goes further to see how the Europeans thought of native societies
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Discuss the Methodological Issues Raised in the Study of ArchivesDiscuss the Methodological Issues Raised in the Study of Archives
For the vast majority of historians,” wrote John Tosh, “research is confined to libraries and archives.”2
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Social conflicts, water scarcity and pollution in mexicoSocial conflicts, water scarcity and pollution in mexico
By contrast, only 19% drains into the northern and central regions, which make up more than half of the country. Similar situations occur with underground water
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[B] slavery[B] slavery
The effect of early-nineteenth-century industrialization on the trans-Allegheny West was to encourage
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