Social relations of production and fertility in a South Indian village
The pattern of population growth in India is studied in a historical perspective and through a detailed case study of a village in Tamil Nadu. The premise of the analysis is that population reproduction is part of the social reproduction of the whole society and thus inseparable from it. In a given historical context, the demographic regime is conditioned largely by the prevailing social relations of production. The combined effects on generational reproduction of capitalist development...[Show more]
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