By Mark Moberg
Moberg (anthropology, U. of South Alabama) attracts on surveys from 1971 and 1986, and his personal ethnographic learn to supply a unprecedented longitudinal learn of village peasants coming into the worldwide marketplace. Emphasizes the peasants' thoughts, and the way new fiscal elements have altered the social constitution.
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Extra resources for Citrus, strategy, and class: the politics of development in Southern Belize
Clearly, then, the rural poor were not the "victims" of this economic change, however much they may have overlooked its ultimate effects for their communities, which include stratification and dependence on volatile world markets. With gratitude to all who helped me to understand the causes and consequences of this process, I offer this account of a changing rural political economy, one which they themselves helped to transform. " a thatched shelter a few yards from the Caribbean shore. That afternoon a government extension agent, himself a village resident, spoke of the changes that had taken place in local agriculture since the farmers received a grant from a foreign development agency five years before lie noted that their efforts would soon be rewarded with an abundant orange harvest, representing the first citrus to be produced on local farms.
What follows, then, is an account of the conditions that give rise to such efforts and of the local changes that flow from them. Page 16 Chapter 2 Belize: A Plural Society in Central America Landform and Climate Geography has played a significant role in affecting colonization and land use in Belize and in isolating it from the remainder of Central America. " The country extends 174 miles from the Rio Hondo river, which marks its northern border with the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, to the Sarstoon River, demarcating its southern border with Guatemala.
S in anthropology or economics) invariably left the village highly impressed with the earnestness of cooperative members. Returning to their agency headquarters in Washington and Ottawa, such visitors were well disposed to reward the efforts of local cooperatives. I learned that such strategies exist on a regional basis as well in the efforts of rural citrus growers and wage laborers to extract benefits from the powerful. In the decade preceding my arrival in southern Belize, mobilizations of small-scale farmers and the rural poor had yielded substantial price and wage increases for those involved in the citrus economy.