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I N D E X agricultural distribution, see distribution Aritama, Colombia, 39, 70-71, 146 Bangkhuad, Thailand, 199 Ban Ping, Thailand, 114-16, 128 Baytln, Jordan, 116-17, 199 Bisipara, India, 67-68, 142-43, 177, 198-99, 211 Bolivia, 123, 135, 209 Brazil, 37, 103-104, 107, 216-17 brokers, 145-47, 222-24 Buarij, Lebanon, 11, 73, 75, 119, 128 Ceylon, 39, 57, 78, 127, 171-72 Chan Kom, Mexico, 8, 23, 80 China, 28, 41, 65, 78, 104, 108109 , 111, 128, 186; Kaihsienkung , 109, 149, 179-80; Liu Ling, 251; Nanching, 52; revolution in, 226-27, 230, 235-36, 243, 245-46, 250-56, 263; Ten Mile Inn, 53-54. See also Hong Kong and Taiwan Colombia, 39, 70-71, 117, 13435 , 146, 203, 207, 232 colonialism, 230. See also imperialism compadrazgo, 66, 182, 188 conflict in and between villages, 75-78, 82, 119-20, 122, 144, 196-98 consumption, see expenditures cooperation, see mutual aid corporate village, see villages, types of culture contact, 6, 12, 128; theory of, 7-11, 20, 22 Dalena, India, 136-37, 203205 , 207 Demirciler, Turkey, 78-79, 81 Deuba, Fiji Islands, 76, 79 diffusion of innovations, theory of, 9, 151-52 distribution, changing agricul­ tural patterns of, 122-23, 126127 , 259 Ecuador, 183 Elba§i, Turkey, 101, 178 expenditures, 88-92, 105 extensive agriculture pattern, 157-60, 260 family: joint (extended), 64, INDEX family (cont.) 97, 176, 178, 180-82, 187; nuclear, 64, 176-78. See also household Fiji Islands, 76, 79 freeholding village, see villages, types of Gaon, India, 108 Gopalpur, India, 77 green revolution, 161, 163-64 Guatemala, 55, 57, 69, 76, 81, 135, 200-201 hacienda, 12, 36-38, 42-44, 54, 91, 104-105, 112, 134, 147, 155, 216 Haiti, 51 Hang Mei, Hong Kong, 127-28, 175 Hong Kong, 127-28, 175 household: as level of analysis, 251-52; as production units, 49, 94-98, 101, 162, 175-83; in freeholding villages, 54, 6270 , 75, 78, 152; power dif­ ferences between, 102-103; under lords, 42-45, 112, 152. See also family Hsin Hsing, Taiwan, 181-82, 195-97, 211 Hualcan, Peru, 10-11, 20, 11819 , 128 Huecorio, Mexico, 101 imperialism, 18, 91-92, 95, 102, 105, 110, 121-22, 140, 160, 258, 260 income, 88-91, 105, 107 India, 13, 29, 37, 41, 50, 96, 119-20, 144, 160, 164, 219; Bisipara, 67-68, 142-43, 177, 198-99, 211; Bombay, 182; Dalena, 136-37, 203-205, 207; Gaon, 108; Gopalpur, 77; Mayur, 169; Mohana, 70, 101-102; Mysore, 141, 197; Orissa, 211, 214, 218, 220; Punjab, 100, 161; Rampur, 56, 181, 196; Ranjana, 201; Samiala, 108; Shamirpet, 188; Shivapur, 183-84, 186, 202; Sirkanda, 41, 48, 56, 67, 101, 114, 136; Thyagasamathiram, 127, 163, 205-207; Uttar Pradesh, 12, 97, 170-71, 180-81, 185, 187, 225; Wangala, 136-37, 145, 148, 178, 203-204 Indonesia, 69, 93, 263-37 innovators, characteristics of, 142, 144-48 intensive agriculture pattern, 160-64, 260 inward-oriented villages, criteria of, 26-27, 267-73 Israel, 166 Jendram Hilir, Malaysia, 108 Jordan, 116-17, 199 Kaihsienkung, China, 109, 149, 179-80 Ku Daeng, Thailand, 80, 113-14 land tenure laws, 134-37 Lebanon, 11, 73, 75, 119, 128, 198 Liu Ling, China, 251 lord-peasant relations, patterns and basis of, 34, 37-42. See also patron-client relations Malaysia, 108 marginal land agriculture pat­ tern, 164-67, 260 Mayur, India, 169 mechanized and extensive agriculture pattern, see exten­ sive agriculture pattern INDEX Mexico, 3, 29, 52, 109, 119, 134, 209, 212-14, 220, 223; Huecorio, 101; Tepoztlan, 24, 56, 73, 74, 108 migration, 10-11, 19, 120, 126, 128-29, 166, 260, 264; longterm , 113, 116-18; shortterm , 113, 118-19 mobility, upward and down­ ward, 67-74, 139-40, 187-88, 219-20, 242-43 modernization, 6, 9, 12-14, 19 Mohana, India, 70, 101-102 Mohla, Pakistan, 76, 108, 129 multiplier institutions, 27, 44, 55, 57, 83, 87 mutual aid, 72-73, 75, 77, 7981 , 173-75; within house­ holds, 43-45 National Liberation Front of Vietnam (NLF), 226, 234, 243-44, 263 outward-oriented villages, criteria of, 26-27, 267-73 Pakistan, 76, 108, 120, 129, 153, 161, 164 Palestine, 58, 75, 119 Panajachel, Guatemala, 55, 57, 69, 76, 81 patron-client relations, 37, 3940 , 146-47, 179, 215. See also lord-peasant relations patron withdrawal, 103-105, 112, 123, 215-16 peasant, definition of, 23-25 Pelpola, Ceylon, 57, 127, 171 Peru, 9-11...

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310
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