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Cycles of commercialization in a central Javanese village

Cycles of commercialization in a central Javanese village

Agrarian transformations: local processes and the state in Southeast Asia: 303-331

The village study, based on extended field research and historical work in Pati, northern central Java, documents in some detail the changing relations between landed village elites and landless or near-landless wage workers and share tenants, focusing on mechanisms of surplus extraction.

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