2 edition of Peasants, surpluses and appropriation found in the catalog.
Peasants, surpluses and appropriation
by Department of Social Anthropology, University of Oslo in Oslo
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 265-277.
|Statement||by Marit Melhuus.|
|Series||Oslo occasional papers in social anthropology -- no. 11|
|LC Classifications||HD9144.A73 C65 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 277 p.|
|Number of Pages||277|
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Life on the Edge Denizens of the periphery find ways to escape the predatory state. and enjoyable new book, In addition to discussing the appropriation of agricultural surpluses to sustain. This was a fat land, full of fields, villages, and hard-working peasants. Surpluses were high. Those who organised themselves to take the surpluses by force could build armies, cities, and palaces. But beyond the plough-land lay wilderness: the hills of Northern Britain, the forests of Germany, the deserts of Arabia and North Africa.
RICH PEASANTS IN SOCIALIST LAOS economic surpluses, for example, dealt with whether surpluses invariably give rise to stratification in social evolution. Scott and Moore are interested in revolts and mass movements of peasants which spring from a violation of their sense of justice. They bring the debate down from the higher reaches of social. The fundamental and correct chief articles of all the peasants and of those subject to ecclesiastical lords, relating to these matters in which they feel themselves aggrieved. M cccc, quadratum, Ix et duplicatum V cum transit, christiana secta peribit. Peace to the Christian Reader and the Grace of God through Christ.
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Surplus appropriation, therefore, refers to the profit that a business owner makes and keeps on the labor power of his/her workers in a capitalist system (like the one that exists in United States). And since capitalism is a highly competitive system in which businesses compete with each other to make as much profit as they can one of the iron.
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