2 edition of Sociological factors" in the commercialisation of cattle in Africa. found in the catalog.
Sociological factors" in the commercialisation of cattle in Africa.
by School of DevelopmentStudies, University of East Anglia in Norwich
Written in English
|Series||Development studies discussion paper -- no.61|
|Contributions||University of East Anglia. School of Development Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||(2), 19p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Baker, Randall. Overview. Works: 80 works in publications in 4 languages and 4, library holdings "Sociological factors" in the commercialisation of cattle in Africa by Randall Baker (Book) 4 editions published. AFRICA GENERAL 20 Kirk-Greene, The size of the British colonial service in Africa, AA, 79, R 'Sociological factors' in the commercialisation of cattle in Africa.
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Cattle would be traded for bridewealth, which would strengthen kinship and communal bonds because of future interactions; however, the commercialisation of livestock has eroded potential reciprocal arrangements involving cattle.
Cattle raided for markets cannot be entered back into a reciprocal market (Krätli and Swift ). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Average goat flock sizes in Southern Africa varies from in Mozambique (van Niekerk & Pimentel, ) and in Zimbabwe (Assan & Sibanda, ) to. Africa in the world system, Ibid., 25 Ogunbandejo, O Soviet politics in Africa, AA, 79, () 26 Makamure, K Africa's economy and the NIEO, New Afr.
Yearbook27 Bhagavan, M R Industrial strategies in Africa, Ibid., 28 Babu, A R Economic stalemate in Africa, Ibid., Cattle rustling has pauperised thousands of pastoralists in East Africa, as one Ugandan newspaper states: “For without a gun, therefore without cattle in an ecology where cattle are the only answer in the immediate short run you cannot help being a pauper, a.
Most of the world's cattle and buffaloes (Table ) are in the developing countries in Africa and Asia where they are largely fed on poor pastures, crop residues and agro-industrial byproducts. The large populations of cattle in South America, parts of the USA, Aus- tralia and New Zealand are largely supported on pasture land not easily farmed.
interrelated factors influence whether commercialisation will benefit or harm women’s socio-economic status. Specifically, study findings indicate that the gender division of labour and the gender control of income can vary spatially, by species, by level of technology, and by the type of task in the chain of activities from harvesting to.
Deforestation, clearance, clearcutting or clearing is the removal of a forest or stand of trees from land which is then converted to a non-forest use. Deforestation can involve conversion of forest land to farms, ranches, or urban use.
The most concentrated deforestation occurs in tropical rainforests. About 31% of Earth's land surface is covered by forests. This book has been written in response to the growing interest in restocking with livestock following draught of in eastern and southern Africa.
In part 1: Restocking arguments for and against availability of grazing and environmental concerns, establishing the number of stock needed, animal health etc. are reviewed. forthcoming book is titled Migration and its Enemies. Graham CrowProfessor of Sociology at the University of Southampton, where he has worked since His research interests include the sociology of families and communities, sociological theory and comparative sociology.
His most recent book is The Art of Sociological Argument (Palgrave, ). Content: ECOLOGICAL FACTORS IN LAND USE CONFLICTS, LAND ADMINISTRATION AND FOOD INSECURITY IN TURKANA, KENYA Gufu Oba INTRODUCTION This paper employs an historical analysis to consider some of the consequences of conflicting resource use and political friction on resource exploitation within and outside Turkana District during this century.
Given. In dryland Africa, access to land and water resources are central to pastoral livelihood activities. Policy intervention in these regions represents the outcome of concerted post-independence processes in which countries have committed to land tenure transformation as a policy objective.
This was meant to create private, liberal property rights to replace communal customary Cited by: 3. There is analogous evidence in the narrower field of agriculture. During the initial period farming took precedence over livestock raising, for, as Adam Smith pointed out, a corn field of moderate fertility produces much more food for man than the best pasture of the same size.
During the following period field crops were also placed in the service of livestock raising. Bibliography of africa Count: Bridewealth Project Africa Bibliography "L'option de la voie juridique". Conflits portant sur le mariage, le divorce et les rapports sexuels en dehors du mariage dans les tribunaux coloniaux de Libreville, Gabon First published in Great Britain in by Policy Press North America office: University of Bristol Policy Press Old Park Hill c/o The University of Chicago Press Bristol East 60th Street BS2 8BB Chicago, ILUSA UK t: +1 t: +44 (0) f: +1 [email protected] [email protected] press.
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