The political economy of uneven rural development : case of the nonfarm sector in Kerala, India / Sudarshana Bordoloi.

The book shows how class relations develop and is a consequence of capitalist development of the rural nonagricultural/nonfarm sector (RNFS)--seen as the dialectical relation between the forces and relations of production--as mediated by the state, which produces uneven social and spatial outcomes....

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Main Author: Bordoloi, Sudarshana (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
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Summary:The book shows how class relations develop and is a consequence of capitalist development of the rural nonagricultural/nonfarm sector (RNFS)--seen as the dialectical relation between the forces and relations of production--as mediated by the state, which produces uneven social and spatial outcomes. Central to the framework for this book are four interrelated conceptual building blocks or themes: social relations of production, productive forces, role of the state and concrete development outcomes of capitalist production in RNFS in the context of class and non-class relations of oppressions. These four conceptual themes follow a logical sequence where each concept evolve in specific contexts within the RNFS; while connected to each other in a dialectical manner; and come together to form the central argument of the book.
Item Description:2 State Policies in the Colonial Period (1800-1947)
Physical Description:1 online resource (326 pages)
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:9789811545030
9811545030