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The Migration Factor in American and African Labour History

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dc.creator Kaijage, Frederick J. 2016-08-25T15:55:53Z 2016-08-25T15:55:53Z 1993 2018-03-27T08:46:29Z 2018-03-27T08:46:29Z
dc.identifier Kaijage, F.J., 1993. The migration factor in American and African labour history. Tanzania Zamani: A Journal of Historical Research & Writing, 1(3), pp.35-56.
dc.description In the histories of both the United State of America and Africa, migration of labour constitutes an important chapter. It is generally associated with the processes of change that entailed economic and social transformations. These transformations were observable on the part of both th~'origins and the destinations of the migrants. Labour migration on a significant scale meant a far-reaching disruption of economic and social life on the part not only of the individual migrants but of whole communities. Such a phenomenon can only be explained in terms of either sudden social upheavals or, more often, fundamental structural changes in society:
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dc.title The Migration Factor in American and African Labour History
dc.type Journal Article, Peer Reviewed

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