Land tenure and peasant adaptations

some reflections on agricultural production in Luwero District
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Centre for Basic Research , Kampala, Uganda
Agricultural productivity -- Uganda -- Luwero District., Land reform -- Uganda -- Luwero Dist


Uganda, Luwero Dist

Statementby E. Frank Muhereza.
SeriesCBR publications, Working paper ;, no. 27, CBR working paper ;, no. 27.
LC ClassificationsHD2127.Z9 L886 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1076151M
LC Control Number93982775

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An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Land tenure and peasant in South Asia. Publication date Topics Land tenure -- India, Peasantry -- India, Rural development -- India Publisher New Delhi: Orient Pages: The work provides an outline of the history of land tenure and land revenue administration from Islamic times down to the Iranian Constitutional Revolution in which brought an end to the medieval system of land tenure.

It also examines the Pahlavi periods, and covers topic4/5. Landlord and Peasant in Persia. Ann K. Lambton. Bloomsbury Academic, - Business & Economics - pages. 1 Review. This is a study of land tenure and rural organization in Persia 5/5(1). Heidi Leonhardt, Marianne Penker, Klaus Salhofer, Do farmers care about rented land.

A multi-method study on land tenure and soil conservation, Land Use Policy, /epol, 82, (), ().Cited by:   Clark Sorensen presents a description of the economic and ecological organization of rural Korean domestic groups and an analysis of their adaption to the changes brought about by Korea's rapid one of the only book-length studies of rural, peasant Korean households, Over the Mountains Are Mountains shows how the industrialization of Korea led neither to the.

Peasant’s Struggle for Land in China 3 factors preventing the development of a sound law on land tenure and property rights. To handle the land disputes in rural China is therefore an important challenge faced by Chinese society. If they are Land tenure and peasant adaptations book handled well, the resulting protests may ultimately lead to major social and political upheaval.

These are State land, reserves, and trust land. State land, previously Crown land, was earmarked for European settlement and economic development while reserves and trust land were mainly reserved for African interests.

A historical picture of the changes in land tenure and land policy is presented elsewhere (Banda ). The several rural revolts in Arab lands against Mehmed Ali's regime, peasant rebellions in Khedive-ruled Egypt, and numerous mass insurrections against Ottoman rule in North Africa are discussed in Edmund Burke, III, “Changing Patterns of Peasant Protest in the Middle East, –”, in Farhad Kazemi and John Waterbury (eds), Peasants.

This book builds on ethnographic studies in selected sites in the Amhara Region in Ethiopia from the s up to Svein Ege, a historian, is the editor of the book and the sole author of five out of nine chapters, and co-authors one chapter with Yigremedaw Adal. The other major contributor is Harald Aspen, an anthropologist, who is the sole author of the remaining three chapters.

Focusing on the effects of population growth on land tenure and agricultural use, Netting championed the cause of the smallholder—the peasant farmer who intensifies production on a small plot of land by using household labor to achieve an energy-efficient, low-input, successful adaptation.

Muhereza, F () Land Tenure And Peasant Adaptations: Some Reflections on Nsibambi.A. (), The Land Question and Conflict in UK. Rupesinghe (ed). Title: The fragmentation of land tenure systems in Cambodia: peasants and the formalization of land rights: Language: English: Author, co-author: Diepart, Jean-Christophe [Université de Liège > Agronomie, Bio-ingénierie et Chimie (AgroBioChem) > Economie et développement rural.

Land tenure refers to the bundle of rights and responsibilities under which land is held, used, transferred, and succeeded.

This essay surveys land tenure arrangements throughout the world since. Lynn Finnegan, in Land Restoration, Recognizing Local Tenure Rights. Tenure systems regulate how individuals and groups gain access to land and other natural resources and determine the rights and duties associated with land use and ownership.

Individual and collective tenure rights shape local ownership of, and access to, land. Where is the backward Russian peasant. Evidence against the superiority of private farming, – The Journal of Peasant Studies: Vol. 42, No. 2, pp. Industrialization, migration, and land-tenure patterns Organization, structure, and the explanation of social change.

Series Title: Korean studies of the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. Other Titles: Korean peasant households and their adaptations to rapid industrialization: Responsibility: Clark W. Sorensen.

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The Land Reform Law of 9 January contains a total of nine chapters dealing with a multitude of aspects of the reform, from transfer of ownership to the provision of agricultural services. The Law lays down that the maximum land area to be held in absolute.

Alex Tatwangire, Stein T. Holden, Land Tenure Reforms, Land Market Participation and the Farm Size — Productivity Relationship in Uganda, Land Tenure Reform in Asia and Africa, /, (), ().

Land tenure insecurity can put sustainability at great risk. An insecure land tenure system and non-accessible formal land use rights documentation can lead to poverty creation by lowering agricultural productivity, low security in investing in land, and poor land use management.

to women’s land tenure insecurity: countries where women lack land ownership rights have an average of 60 The same study found that peasant farmers in Peru felt that “female land rights are encourage adaptation to the impacts of climate. Communal land tenureship that can accommodate pluralistic local tenure forms and protect household farming units.

Guarantee of land allocation for all peasant households with maximum land under the control of peasant household units. This is important to limit accumulation by rich peasant households. Land redistribution, tenure and use under fast track: social and structural change in Zvimba District newly resettled areas.

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AIAS mimeo. Moyo, S. Zimbabwe’s Land reform: the way forward. AIAS Mimeo. Moyo, S. () Land and agrarian reform in Zimbabwe: Key issues and potentials for E.U. partnership. AIAS monograph.

Customary tenure is a set of rules and norms that govern community allocation, use, access, and transfer of land and other natural resources. The term “customary tenure” invokes the idea of “traditional” rights to land and other natural resources: “the tenure usually associated with indigenous communities and administered in accordance with their customs, as opposed to statutory.

The work presented here focuses primarily on agrarian communities, their land tenure, land use, market systems and agroforestry but also deals heavily with the local Afro-Caribbean religious system (“Voodoo” or “Vodou”) and with the evolution of the folk-healing system so closely linked to the ritual system.

The §er'iye Sicilien of the Istanbul Müftülügü as a Source for the Study of Everyday Life Yvonne J. Seng University of Maryland From Ottoman the beginning and foreign of his recorders reign, Sultan g: Land tenure.

Feudal land tenure, system by which land was held by tenants from lords. As developed in medieval England and France, the king was lord paramount with numerous levels of lesser lords down to the occupying tenant. Tenures were divided into free and unfree. Of the free tenures, the first was tenure.

Macey, David. "Reflections on peasant adaptation in rural Russia at the beginning of the twentieth century: the Stolypin agrarian reforms." Journal of Peasant Studies (): Pallot, Judith.

Land Reform in Russia, – Peasant Responses to Stolypin's Project of Rural Transformation.

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Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press. Over several centuries, the Serer of the Siin region of Senegal developed a complex system of land tenure that resulted in a stable rural society, productive agriculture, and a well-managed ecosystem.

Dennis Galvan tells the story of what happened when French colonial rulers, and later the government of the newly independent Senegal, imposed new systems of land tenure and cultivation on the. Each volume examines developments in population, trade, transport, manufacturing, land tenure and the economy, and extensive apparatus and bibliographic information is provided for students and others wishing to pursue the subject in more detail.

Both volumes will be fundamental to any future discussion of any aspect of Ottoman : $A peasant is a pre-industrial agricultural laborer or a farmer with limited land-ownership, especially one living in the Middle Ages under feudalism and paying rent, tax, fees, or services to a landlord. In Europe, three classes of peasants existed: slave, serf, and free ts may hold title to land either in fee simple or by any of several forms of land tenure, among them socage.This chapter provides a historical account of land rights and land tenure changes in Kashmir.

It also explains land reforms in Kashmir, and how these land reforms look like. It further discusses how these land reforms took place and how the rights of the peasants were affected due to land reforms. The chapter discusses, that while land reforms provided land to the tiller, they did not stop.