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Agrarian transformation in a Punjabi village: structural change and its consequences


, : Agrarian transformation in a Punjabi village: structural change and its consequences. Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 49(5): p.1289

This study examines rural production and social structure in a Punjabi village in Pakistan during 1966-80. It questions the underlying dynamics of the process of agricultural change, the economic interests of the landed class, mediation by the state, and the response to these factors by rural producers.

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