Migrant labourand tribal life

a study of conditions in the Bechuanaland Protectorate
  • 248 Pages
  • 4.38 MB
  • English
AMS Press , New York
Migrant labor -- Botswana., Botswana -- Economic conditions., Botswana -- Social condit
Statementby I. Schapera.
LC ClassificationsHD5856.B55
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 248 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21374746M
ISBN 100404121349

Restriction by statute of the numbers of migrants is not recommended. This book is the outcome of a request by the Bechuanaland Protectorate administration to the author to study the effects of labour migration on tribal life, and contains useful statistical information in eight appendices and Cited by: Migration and its Enemies: Global Capital, Migrant Labour and the Nation-State (Research in Migration and Ethnic Relations) [Cohen, Robin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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In his book on "Migrant Labour and Tribal Life in Bechuanaland", pub­ lished inSchapera reported that most of his African informants painted a very gloomy picture of the adverse effects of migrant Size: 1MB.

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Some of his best work – including A Handbook Of Tswana Law And CustomNative Land Tenure In The Bechuanaland Protectorate and Migrant Labour And Tribal Life – was commissioned and subsidised by the protectorate administration, though he managed to handle these sensitive subjects without damaging complicity in the business of rule.

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Contents: History and Origin of Labour Migration, Problems of Migrant- Workmen, Theoretical Perspectives on Migration and Methodological Design, Socio-Economic Features of Migrant and Non-Migrant Households, Labour Migration and Its Impact.

Migrant labour and tribal life, a study of conditions in the Bechuanaland Protectorate. This study seeks to address the question of the existence of a relationship between remittances from internal la-bour migrants and poverty. Data was obtained from a stratified random sample survey of internal migrants and poverty in Botswana in A structured questionnaire was used to collect data from the migrants.

A total of migrant households were by: 1. Tribal Migration in India and Beyond Chapter PDF many of them were converted into subordinate 'coolie' labour and became a hallmark of Indian politics and social life in the late colonial.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate The contract labour system effected alot of families,the whites did not allow the workers to take the families along and some of the men went to work for where already merried and had children and they had to leave the women with the kids for al those went to work and they worked hard but they where not happy with the money they got at Reviews: 1.

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The emigration of labour is related to the African's " love of adventure " and " desire to travel " and to the traditional method of agriculture by " shifting cultivation "; its importance in Nyasaland is shown by the fact that the country's chief export for the past 50 years has been men.

An estimate made in revealed that nearly a quarter of the total male adult population was by: The cruelty and suffering imposed on African tenants is vividly described in Sol Plaaitje's book Native Life in South Africa: "The baas has exacted from him the services of himself, his wife and his oxen, for wages of 30 shilling a month, whereas Kgobadi had been making over £ a year, besides retaining the services of his wife and of his.

feature of life in Bechuanaland, and it is a topic which was thoroughly investigated by Professor Schapera in his book Migrant Labour and Tribal Life (Oxford University Press, Oxford, ) and in other papers.

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Read the full-text online edition of Tribal Cohesion in a Money Economy: A Study of the Mambwe People of Northern Rhodesia (). The Mambwe people who are the subject of this book are involved in this system of migrant labour, and at any one time more than half of all the active men between the ages of twenty and forty are absent from.

1) The tribal women empowerment proxy indices such as education, economic participation in non-agriculteral sectors, explorevto media and wealth are inadequate among tribes thus they remain largely marginalised.

2) Comparing 8% of the total population of tribal people constitute the lowest strata of informal economy in India.This book is the product of a well co-ordinated team of specialists on African the recruiting of migrant labour and/or wage-labourers, assumes importance when and where economic change and has been a significant object of study since I.

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