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by Jane Benton

eBook Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice: A Study of the Lake Titicaca Region of Bolivia ePub
Author: Jane Benton
Language: English
ISBN: 1859726968
ISBN13: 978-1859726969
Publisher: Avebury (December 1, 1999)
Pages: 207
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.2
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Article in Journal of Latin American Studies 33(01):157 - 211 · February 2001 with 7 Reads. Heat and moisture dynamics in raised fields of the Lake Titicaca Region, Bolivia /.

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Agrarian Reform in Latin America 11. The Crisis in Campesino Farming in the Lake Titicaca Region at the End of the . Jane Benton’s forty-year analysis of the Bolivian Agrarian Reform brings a refreshing.

Agrarian Reform in Latin America. 2. Agricultural Systems in Pre-Columbian Bolivia. 3. The Domination of the Hacienda. 11. The Crisis in Campesino Farming in the Lake Titicaca Region at the End of the Twentieth Century. 4. Bolivia’s Agrarian Reform Law of 1953. 6. The Lake Titicaca Region

Agrarian Reform in Latin America. The Lake Titicaca Region. 7. The State of Agriculture in Lakeside Communities on the Eve of Agrarian Reform. 8. The Impact of the 1953 Agarian Reform Legislation. 9. Campensino Opinions on Agrarian Reform. 10. Some Conclusions to be Drawn from the Case Study.

Journal of Latin American Studies. Volume 33, Issue 1. February 2001, pp. 157-211. Jane Benton, Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice: A Study of the Lake Titicaca Region of Bolivia (Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999), pp. x+207, £3. 5 hb. GEORGE GRAY-MOLINA (a1). Nuffield College, University of Oxford. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 04 April 2001.

Jane benton, agrarian reform in theory and practice: a study of the lake titicaca region of bolivia (aldershot: ashgate, 1999), pp. 5 HB Gray-molina G. 0. Eduardo posada-carbo (E., colombia: the politics of reforming the state (basingstoke: macmillan press, in association with the institute of latin american studies, university of london, 1997), pp. XXIV+286, £4. 0 HB Wilde A.

Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice. Despite the attempts of a number of Latin American republics to redistribute land resources and carry out agrarian reform programmes, ’the land question’ remains a vital political issue throughout the region

Benton J. (1999), Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice: A Study of the Lake Titicaca Region ofBolivia . Scott J. (1976), The Moral Economy of the Peasant Rebellion and Subsistence in Southeast Asia, Yale University Press (New Haven).

Benton J. (1999), Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice: A Study of the Lake Titicaca Region ofBolivia, Ashgate (Aldershot).

Bolivia, Agrarian ReformAgrarian reform in Bolivia consisted of legal measures enacted in 1953 as a result of the 1952 social . Agrarian Reform in Theory and Practice: A Study of the Lake Titicaca Region of Bolivia. Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 1999.

Bolivia, Agrarian ReformAgrarian reform in Bolivia consisted of legal measures enacted in 1953 as a result of the 1952 social revolution. Land tenure has been a divisive issue in Bolivian history. The census of 1950 was the last one before the 1953 land reform and it was used as the basis for the land reform law. The data has been interpreted by authors in different ways. Hernáiz, Irene, and Diego Pacheco.

Agrarian reform in Latin America - Agricultural systems in pre-Columbian Bolivia - The domination of the hacienda - Bolivia's Agrarian Reform Law of 1953 - Ley INRA (1996) - The Lake Titicaca region - The state of agriculture in lakeside communities on the eve of agrarian.

Agrarian reform in Latin America - Agricultural systems in pre-Columbian Bolivia - The domination of the hacienda - Bolivia's Agrarian Reform Law of 1953 - Ley INRA (1996) - The Lake Titicaca region - The state of agriculture in lakeside communities on the eve of agrarian reform - The impact of the 1953 agrarian. reform legislation - Campesino opinions on agrarian reform - Some conclusions to be drawn from the case study - The crisis in campesino farming in the Lake Titicaca region at the end of the twentieth century. Responsibility: Jane Benton.

Despite the attempts of a number of Latin American republics to redistribute land resources and carry out agrarian reform programmes, "the land question" remains a vital political issue throughout the region. This book focuses on Bolivia, where government proposals to replace a radical agrarian reform law of 1953 with a neo-liberal Ley INRA provoked heated public debate and violent campesino clashes with the police in September/October 1996. The first five chapters are largely concerned with theoretical aspects and a review of Bolivia's agrarian reform legislation - the remaining six chapters are devoted to analysis, from the viewpoints of participant campesinos and the research, of agricultural change in Aymara communities beside Lake Titicaca, where the author has conducted research over nearly 30 years. Lakeside farming is under threat as a result of land degradation, limited chaos resources, rural-urban migration, tourism and commuterization.
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