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Ideological and political formation of the Zimbabwean state class

Moore, David.

Ideological and political formation of the Zimbabwean state class

Dave Moore.

by Moore, David.

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Published by African Human Rights Research Association (AHRA) in Downsview, Ont., Canada .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesAHRA working paper ;, no. 11
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 93/04002 (D)
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 41 leaves ;
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2469981M
LC Control Number87181228

one that could not conceal the faultlines of ethnicity, class, gender and race that marked the terrain of Zimbabwean history. The idea of a pre-existing unified ideological or political subject that could quickly be mobilised against colonial rule was to come up against the complex processes of Author: Brian Raftopoulos, Alois Mlambo. within the broader framework of the social, cultural, political, or eco-nomic power structures of society. In order to focus this discussion bet-ter, I limit it to the news media, and in particular to the press, thus ignoring the undoubtedly pivotal role of television and other media gen-res in mass communication

By specifying the process of rural class formation and differentiation, it is possible to reconcile evidence of immiseration with signs of prosperity” (Phimister, , ). This differentiation created regional, ethnic, and class lines distinctions within the peasantry, divisions that yielded a Author: Gary Blank. have given rise to ideological and social movements. Proponents of economic growth, expansion and development in general, see the globalization processes as desirable and necessary for the good of human society. Critics see one or more processes of globalization as detrimental to social welfare on a global or local scale

GLOBALIZATION AND ITS SOCIAL-CULTURAL-POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS. Women and Power in Zimbabwe Carolyn Martin Shaw Published by University of Illinois Press Shaw, Carolyn Martin. The State of Marriage and Family in America Today. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Chikwanha, Annie, T. Sithole, and M. Bratton. Moore, David. “The Ideological Formation of the Zimbabwean Ruling Class.” Journal of Author: Carolyn Martin Shaw.


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See D. Moore, \"The Contradictory Construction of Hegemony in Zimbabwe: Politics, Ideology and Class in the Formation of a New African State' (D. Phil thesis, York University, ) S. Robins, 'Heroes, heretics and historians of the Zimbabwe revolution: A review.

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