Labor organization in the rural setting and its evolution. Contemporary era

R. Garrabou

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Abstract

This paper reviews the communications presented within the contemporary part of the session entitled Labour Organization of the rural world and its Historical Evolution at the IX SEHA Congress in Bilbao, September 1999. Our review has been structured in three parts: 1. Labour technical organization, agrarian growth, and measurement of changes in the agrarian work productivity, 2. Salaried work and capitalist agriculture: debate about proletarianization, and 3. Work organization in the context of family exploitation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)25-38
JournalHistoria Agraria
Issue number20
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2000

Keywords

  • Agricultural work productiveness
  • Calendar and agricultural work quantification
  • Family work
  • Proletarianization
  • Ways to organize the agricultural labour
  • Work processes

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