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Michigan State University (1985)

Peasants, dependency, and underdeveloped areas of Algeria : the case of Beni-Chebana

Kouache, Hocine

Titre : Peasants, dependency, and underdeveloped areas of Algeria : the case of Beni-Chebana

Auteur : Kouache, Hocine

Etablissement de soutenance : Michigan State University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 1985

Résumé
This dissertation is concerned with the analysis of the problem of underdeveloped areas within developing countries. The study focuses on the definition of peasants, peasant movauents, and peasant roles, as well as on the negative effects of colonialism and post-colonial dependency. The case study of an Algerian conmune was designed in order to examine ‘the concrete effects of planning under smbservient conditions in the econcrnic, social, and organizational spheres. The facts dennnstrate how dependent plans are shaped by both internal and external factors. ‘Ihe case of Beni-Chebana shows how a rural camiune in Algeria mved from a condition of wider-ministration in a subsistence economy during the colonial era to a condition of abandoned farming and massive out-migration. Today the min incane source is derived from zenit tarms sent by migrants to Algerian cities 7 and by international migrants. Underdevelopnent characterizes this cannme in all aspects of life, a circunstance that typifies all of rural Algeria. This study included, in addition to rural development theories and experiences during the colonial era and in. post-independence period, rural ministration, economy, education, population, and social mities within the case study of Beni-Chebana’s connune.

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