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    Norman Long,Bryan R. Roberts
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    University of Texas Press (April 1, 1979)
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The area studied-the Mantaro Valley of central Peru-is one of the most densely populated and economically differentiated of highland zones; it is also notable for its community-based forms of cooperation and its high level of peasant political activity.

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Volume 37, Issue 1. July 1980, pp. 131-132. Austin: The University of Texas Press, 1979. Recommend this journal.

The area studied-the Mantaro Valley of central Peru-is one of the most densely populated and economically differentiated of highland zones; it is also notable for its community-based forms of cooperation and its high level of peasant political activity.

Latin American Monographs No. 46; maps, notes, tables, bibliography, index, 349 pages.

book by Bryan Roberts. Latin American Monographs No.

The book presents a series of case studies that examine cooperative forms of organization in relation to developments in the regional economy and to changes in national . 1. Introduction (Norman Long and Bryan R. Roberts).

The book presents a series of case studies that examine cooperative forms of organization in relation to developments in the regional economy and to changes in national policy. 2. Peasant Movements at the Turn of the Century and the Rise of the Independent Farmer (Carlos Samaniego). 4. Peasant Cooperation and Dependency: The Case of the Electricity Enterprises of Muquiyauyo (Marcelo Grondin).

Economic Conditions Books. Latin American Monographs; No. 46. Publisher. University of Texas Press. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Report incorrect product info or prohibited items.

Roberts, Bryan . 1939-. Uniform Title: Latin American monographs (University of Texas at Austin. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Institute of Latin American Studies) ; no. Rubrics: Rural development Peru Agriculture, Cooperative Peasants. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Norman D. Long, Bryan Roberts.

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Latin American monographs ; no. General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Roberts, Bryan . Rubrics: Rural development Peru Agriculture, Cooperative Peasantry.

This book brings together the research into regional development and social change carried out in highland Peru by a team of British and Latin American social anthropologists and sociologists. The area studied—the Mantaro Valley of central Peru—is one of the most densely populated and economically differentiated of highland zones; it is also notable for its community-based forms of cooperation and its high level of peasant political activity.

The book presents a series of case studies that examine cooperative forms of organization in relation to developments in the regional economy and to changes in national policy. The analysis attempts to avoid interpreting local processes merely as responses to externally initiated change. It stresses instead the need to consider the interplay of local and national forces, because local groups and processes themselves affect the pattern of regional and national development. The case studies cover a range of political and economic topics, from peasant movements to the achievements and shortcomings of government-sponsored agricultural and manufacturing cooperatives. The concluding chapter, by the editors, explores the theoretical implications of these studies.