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Class Dynamics of Agrarian Change

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农政变迁 阶级动力

[内容简介] 该书从阶级的视角审视和分析农村贫困及其产生原因。在这一视角下对现代农地变迁进行探讨,在提出当代农耕变化七个命题的基础上,识别了不同阶层关系下的动力机制和不同发展政策议题下隐含的阶级动力,并指出,现有关于改善农业生产、农村生计和福利的政策忽略了阶级不平等性,因此它们也忽略了贫困的根本社会基础以及不同干预对此带来的重要影响。该书逻辑论证严密,批判性强,用极为简洁、精准的语言论述了资本主义发展及其对农业变迁的影响,大量征引了这一研究领域著名学者的研究成果,并提出了很多开放性的问题,相信会对读者有很大的启发。另外,本书文后的参考文献部分列举了许多相关研究著作,方便对一研究命题感兴趣的学者、教师、学生参考和学习。

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丛书名:农政与发展研究丛书
作 者: 叶敬忠 汪淳玉
编 辑:张晓莉
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2011年10月
语 种:中文
中图分类:C91 社会学

 致谢

 中译者序

 文前辅文

 重要词汇

 丛书总序

 术语表

 引言 农政变迁的政治经济学

  大背景:农耕与世界人口

  今天,谁是农民?

   几组数据

   概念:小农与农民

   南半球印象

  马克思的政治经济学

 第一章 生产与生产率

  劳动和自然

  劳动分工与合作

  再生产

  剩余、剥削与积累

  政治经济学:四大关键问题

   1.谁拥有什么?

   2.谁从事什么?

   3.谁得到了什么?

   4.他们用获得物做了什么?

 第二章 资本主义的起源与早期发展

  资本主义的主要特征

   普遍性的商品生产

   必要的积累

   劳动力商品

   原始积累

  资本主义的起源之一:农业转型之路

   英格兰式道路

   普鲁士式和美国式道路

   东亚式道路

  资本主义的起源之二:“商业资本主义”的长征

   商业资本主义中的资本

   商业资本主义中的劳动

   转型的“道路”和资本主义的“世界历史”

  理论与历史:复杂性

 第三章 殖民主义与资本主义

  殖民主义阶段

   封建制度和商业资本主义(16世纪)

   商人、奴隶与种植园(17~18世纪)

   工业资本主义和现代帝国主义(19~20世纪)

  殖民主义和农业变迁

   拉丁美洲和加勒比海地区

   南亚

   撒哈拉以南非洲

   农业变迁的方式

  殖民时代的劳动体制

   殖民主义是资本主义出现的必要条件吗?

   为了殖民地的经济发展?

 第四章 农耕与农业:从本土到全球

  从农耕到农业

  “自然的大都市”与第一个国际粮食体制(19世纪70年代至1914年)

  从自由贸易到保护主义(1914年至20世纪40年代)

  第二个国际粮食体制(20世纪40年代至70年代)

  发展主义时期的农业现代化(20世纪50年代至70年代)

  小结

 第五章 新自由主义全球化与世界农业

  第二个国际粮食体制的崩塌

  新自由主义时代的全球农业

  发展主义的终结

  农民的终结?

 第六章 资本主义农业与非资本主义农民?

  资本主义农业的“障碍”

   生产的技术条件:大自然给资本带来的“麻烦”

   生产的社会动力:租金、劳动过程与劳动成本

  剥削:“家庭农业”对资本的益处?

  抵抗的作用

   土地改革的案例

  小结

 第七章 农村的阶级形成

  “家庭农业”的阶级动力

   商品化

   小商品生产

   阶级分化

   分化的差异

  劳工阶级

  小结

 第八章 阶级的复杂性

  经济社会学与政治社会学

  农村的阶级斗争

  土地上的人们

  小结

 前言

 人名表

 农政与发展研究丛书编委会

“农政与发展研究丛书”由国际农政研究会(ICAS)组织出版。“农政变迁”主题旨在诠释一个土地—农村—农业的世界,其独特魅力吸引了国际诸多流派的知名学者。丛书站在明显偏向于“穷人”的立场上,分析影响农政变迁的动力,探索改变农政世界的路径。丛书第一部推出亨利·伯恩斯坦教授的力作《农政变迁的阶级动力》。作者从政治经济学的视角,以简练的笔触、深厚的理论知识和敏锐的分析能力,为读者展现了清晰的农政变迁历史。

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简 介:本书选择了中国发展过程中最为重要的l5个主题,即商品、留守、学校、土地、农业、粮食、食品、科学、技术、自然、灾害、慈善、援助、项目和发展研究。通过对这些主题进行现实呈现、社会文化分析、政治经济学批判、后结构主义解构、哲学和伦理为思考等反思性叙事,我们可以清楚地认识到伴随发展而生的各种资源耗竭、资本霸权、贫富差距、社会风...

作者: 叶敬忠
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2015年05月

简 介:水是生命之源,也是人类生产和生活不可或缺的物质基础。在水资源供需矛盾不断深化的背景下,如何对有限的水资源进行分配关系到每个人的生存利益,也是一个值得探讨的社会现实问题。本书通过实地研究方式,分别从生产用水界面和生活用水界面,对河北宋村内的水分配结构进行了分析和考察,旨在揭示市场化背景下支配村庄水分配的机制和逻辑,并对主...

作者: 李华
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2018年11月

简 介:本书着重考察了改革开放30多年来农政变迁的主要动力之一——商品化——对村庄的建构。作者通过其在河北省李村6个月的田野调查,对当地农民的生活处境有了深刻的认识,揭示了随着计划经济的退场及市场经济的兴起,农村承受的结构性力量逐渐由超经济力量强制转化为经济力量的无声强制这一过程。

作者: 任守云
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2016年03月

简 介:社会科学自诞生以来,便对人类经济社会关系问题充满浓厚的研究兴趣,从斯密开创的古典政治经济学到新古典经济学、从韦伯开创的古典经济社会学到新经济社会学、从波兰尼开创的经济人类学到新制度社会学,形成了各种异彩纷呈的理论流派。这些珍贵的知识财富,已铸造成了一座巨大的理论大厦,为人们理解和解读经济行为与社会关系、经济行动与社会形...

作者: 马良灿
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2013年12月