Black Villagers in an Industrial Society. Anthropological Perspectives on Labour Migrations in South Africa.

£5.00

For years there has been a lack of books concerned with contemporary problems of black people in the rural ares of South Africa,especially accounts written from the intimate knowledge which intensive fieldwork makes possible.This volume is a step towords filling this gap.The book is based on fieldwork underaken between 1976 and 1979 by a team of anthropologists,led by and including Professor Philip Mayer.

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H/b in nice clean printed boards,in a v/g laminated printed d/w.Size 9×6 pp 13+369,inc,index,bibliography,notes to text,diagrams in text,various tables,graphs,page maps,no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.This is an old library copy with a bookplate to f/pd,with the usual lables and stamps and bar codes,with a few stamps in the text plus some general celotape staines.Otherwise internally nice and clean throughout.

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