Migrants No More. Settlement and survival in Mambwe villages, Zambia.


A nation on the brink of famine,Zambia entered the 1980’s plagued by food shortages,drought,falling copper prices, and an excessive dependence on foreign models for development.”Migrants no more”,explores the dynamics of a peripheral,”traditional” economy,examining the extent to which village structures and value systems have changed over a period of twenty-five years.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g clean illustrated d/w,with a faded spine.Size 9×6 pp XIII+210,inc,index,bibliography,glossary,notes to text,various appendixes,various tables and charts,diagrams in text,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing,staining or browning.externally and internaly clean and bright throughout.


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