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|Title: ||Os colonatos em Angola: génese, evolução e estado actual|
|Other Titles: ||Rural settlement in Angola: genesis, changes and present situation|
|Authors: ||Costa, Elisa Lopes Ferreira da|
|Advisor: ||Cabral, Carlos Manuel de Almeida|
Baptista, Fernando Oliveira
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Abstract: ||The main goal of this Ph.D. dissertation is to identity and analyse the socioeconomic and political aims underlying the rural settlements planned, during the 60’s, by the portuguese colonial political power and are still working, as well as its main consequences in the portuguese and native populations mouvements.
This thesis has three parts. The first one analyses the settlements’ implementation process as a whole. In this sense, policies, human and natural resources mobilized, as well as settlement organization and functioning are dimensions to be discussed.
The second part, attention relies upon the changes that have been ocurred after 1975, i.e., the post-colonial period. In this context, the policies content applied during the I Republic (1975-1992), and the during II Republic (1992-2006), as well as the most significant socioeconomic consequences of its implementation constitute the foccus of analysis.
Finally, the third part is based on the primary data gathered by direct questionaires. The empirical data was collected near settlers who are currently living in the Cela’s rural settlement (Província of Kuanza Sul of Angola). The main goals of the empirical research are to identify the social and geographical roots of the individuals and families who currently live in the settlement, their main ways of earning life, as well as their main farming produtions and future life expectactions.|
|Description: ||Doutoramento em Engenharia Agronómica - Instituto Superior de Agronomia|
|Appears in Collections:||BISA - Teses de Doutoramento / Doctoral Thesis|
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