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Population and Development Projects in Africa

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Zusammenfassung The urgent needs of economic development and of specific development projects throughout Africa have marked effects on the mobility! distribution and demography of local populations. In this wide-ranging volume! professional geographers and others examine the problems of relating development goals to their potential impact on populations and population change. Klappentext Professional geographers examine the problems of relating development goals to their potential impact on populations and population change. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of tables; List of figures; List of contributors; Preface; 1. The demographic background to development in Africa Aderanti Adepoju and John I. Clarke; 2. Development projects and their demographic impact Leszek A. Kosinski; 3. Conceptualisation of the impacts of rural development projects upon population redistribution Abdul Aziz M. Farah! Lufti A. Desougi and Anne M. Lewandowski; 4. Capitalism and the population landscape Galal el-Din el-Tayeb; 5. Unequal participation of migrant labour in wage employment El Watig Mohamed Kameir and Zeinab B. El Bakri; 6. Africa's displaced population: dependency or self-sufficiency? John R. Rogge; 7. Population redistribution and agricultural settlement schemes in Ethiopia! 1958-80 Adrian P. Wood; 8. Populating Uganda's dry lands John B. Kabera; 9. Environmental and agricultural impacts of Tanzania's villagisation programme Michael McCall; 10. Development and population redistribution: measuring recent population redistribution in Tanzania Ian Thomas; 11. Communal villages and the distribution on the rural population in the People's Republic of Mozambique Manuel G. M. De Araujo; 12. A century of development measures and population redistribution along the Upper Zambezi Adrian P. Wood; 13. Resettlement and under-development in the Black 'Homelands' of South Africa C. M. Rogerson and E. M. Letsoalo; 14. Development programmes and population redistribution in Nigeria Aderanti Adpoju; 15. Population! disease and rural development programmes in the Upper East Region of Ghana George Benneh; 16. Demographic intermediation between development and population redistribution in Sudan Abdul Aziz M. Farah; 17. A typology of mobility transition in developing societies! with application to North and Central Sudan Mohamed el-Hadi Abusin; 18. Rural population and water supplies in the Sudan Yagoub Abdalla Mohamed and Mohamed el-Hadi Abusin; 19. The impact of the Kenana Project on population redistribution Babiker Abdalla Abdel Rahman and Amna Beshir Homoudi; 20. Migrant labour in the New Halfa Scheme Mohammed Osman El Sammani; 21. The Gash Delta: labour organisation in pastoral economy versus labour requirements in agricultural production Hassan Mohomed Salih; 22. The impact of development projects on population redistribution to Gedaref Town in Eastern Sudan Mahgoub O. Gaafar and K. V. Ramachandran; 23. The growth of Juba in Southern Sudan L. R. Mills; Index. ...

Klappentext

Professional geographers examine the problems of relating development goals to their potential impact on populations and population change.



Inhalt

List of tables; List of figures; List of contributors; Preface; 1. The demographic background to development in Africa Aderanti Adepoju and John I. Clarke; 2. Development projects and their demographic impact Leszek A. Kosi ski; 3. Conceptualisation of the impacts of rural development projects upon population redistribution Abdul Aziz M. Farah, Lufti A. Desougi and Anne M. Lewandowski; 4. Capitalism and the population landscape Galal el-Din el-Tayeb; 5. Unequal participation of migrant labour in wage employment El Watig Mohamed Kameir and Zeinab B. El Bakri; 6. Africa's displaced population: dependency or self-sufficiency? John R. Rogge; 7. Population redistribution and agricultural settlement schemes in Ethiopia, 1958-80 Adrian P. Wood; 8. Populating Uganda's dry lands John B. Kabera; 9. Environmental and agricultural impacts of Tanzania's villagisation programme Michael McCall; 10. Development and population redistribution: measuring recent population redistribution in Tanzania Ian Thomas; 11. Communal villages and the distribution on the rural population in the People's Republic of Mozambique Manuel G. M. De Araujo; 12. A century of development measures and population redistribution along the Upper Zambezi Adrian P. Wood; 13. Resettlement and under-development in the Black 'Homelands' of South Africa C. M. Rogerson and E. M. Letsoalo; 14. Development programmes and population redistribution in Nigeria Aderanti Adpoju; 15. Population, disease and rural development programmes in the Upper East Region of Ghana George Benneh; 16. Demographic intermediation between development and population redistribution in Sudan Abdul Aziz M. Farah; 17. A typology of mobility transition in developing societies, with application to North and Central Sudan Mohamed el-Hadi Abusin; 18. Rural population and water supplies in the Sudan Yagoub Abdalla Mohamed and Mohamed el-Hadi Abusin; 19. The impact of the Kenana Project on population redistribution Babiker Abdalla Abdel Rahman and Amna Beshir Homoudi; 20. Migrant labour in the New Halfa Scheme Mohammed Osman El Sammani; 21. The Gash Delta: labour organisation in pastoral economy versus labour requirements in agricultural production Hassan Mohomed Salih; 22. The impact of development projects on population redistribution to Gedaref Town in Eastern Sudan Mahgoub O. Gaafar and K. V. Ramachandran; 23. The growth of Juba in Southern Sudan L. R. Mills; Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Population and Development Projects in Africa
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EAN: 9780521125611
ISBN: 978-0-521-12561-1
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Cambridge University Press
Genre: Soziologie
Anzahl Seiten: 348
Gewicht: 601g
Größe: H244mm x B170mm x T18mm
Jahr: 2009