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Polly Hill's classic study was originally published in 1963. 0852552998 (ISBN13: 9780852552995).

Polly Hill's classic study was originally published in 1963.

The migration of southern Ghanaian cocoa-farmers, which has been proceeding since the 1890s, was not known to have occurred; and this study shows that it was the migrant, not the 'peasant', who was the real innovator. This migrant has scarcely been mentioned in the literature. The 'small peasant', with his two or three acre farms, is one type of farmer, and it has always been supposed that it was he who created the world's largest cocoa-growing industry.

This classic study by Polly Hill was originally published by Cambridge University Press in 1963. Included in the IAI's Classics in African Anthropology series, Gareth Austin’s introduction sets it in context and explaining its continuing importance. The migration of southern Ghanaian cocoa-farmers, which had been proceeding since the 1890s, was not known to have occurred

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Migrant Cocoa-Farmers of Southern Ghana: .In this book Polly Hill expounds a series of discoveries and observations that will surely delight readers who are academically, professionally or practically concerned with social studies in West Africa and who are not averse to revising some of their most time-honoured beliefs.

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Such migration is commonly perceived as a threat to security and economic wellbeing in South Africa, and present government policy remains inherently anti-immigration. June 2014 · The Extractive Industries and Society.

Polly Hill was born on 10 June 1914 into a remarkable Cambridge family that includes Nobel Prize winning physiologist . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hill (her father) and . Keynes (her mother’s brother) among its many distinguished members. She graduated from Cambridge in 1936 with a degree in economics. Social Anthropology Distinguished Member Cocoa Farmer Questionnaire Method Family Land. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. The occupations of migrants in Ghana. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

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The 'small peasant', with his two or three acre farms, is one type of farmer, and it has always been supposed that it was he who created the world's largest cocoa-growing industry.

Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Recommend this journal. Volume 28 Issue 1. Polly Hill: English Français. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.


The Migrant Cocoa-farmers of Southern Ghana: A Study in Rural Capitalism (Classics in African Anthropology) download epub
Anthropology
Author: Gareth Austin,Polly Hill
ISBN: 085255298X
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Anthropology
Language: English
Publisher: James Currey Ltd; 2Rev Ed edition (July 16, 1998)
Pages: 320 pages