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Land tenure, land markets, and institutional transformation in Zambia
This paper identifies current land market constraints as a basis for designing an action plan to assist the government with land policy reforms. Chapter 1 provides a general overview of the history
Comment on Hawkesworth's "Confounding Gender"
  • Steven G. Smith
  • Sociology
    Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  • 1 April 1997
Kessler, Suzanne, and Wendy McKenna. 1978. Gender: An Ethnomethodological Approach. New York: Wiley. Latour, Bruno, and Steve Woolgar. 1979. Laboratory Life: The Social Construction of Scientific
Nationalization of Venezuelan oil
This study focuses on the exploitation and control of one of the most strategic resources of the industrialized countries--oil. The first part analyzes the patterns of economic and social development
Land Tenure and the Management of Land Resources in Trinidad and Tobago
The potential of the agricultural sector in Trinidad and Tobago has not been realized in recent decades. The more productive land resources of the country are underutilized, while many of the more
Why should past occurrences matter to us as such? Are they in fact meaningful in a specifically historical way, or do they only become meaningful in being connected to other sorts of
What We Have Time for: Historical Responsibility on the Largest Scale
A historically responsible agent is willing to be somehow in practical solidarity with all other actors with whom action is shared over time. The responsible idea of a most-inclusive history