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Title:Political Mobility and the Pedestrian Society
Author:Miller, Norman N.
Year:1970
Periodical:Canadian Journal of African Studies
Volume:4
Issue:1
Pages:17-31
Language:English
Geographic term:Africa
Subjects:political stability
Politics and Government
Link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/483740
Abstract:For many parts of Africa and Asia a rural society is often a pedestrian society. Aim is to lay out the basic characteristics of a pedestrian society, and then to suggest how these characteristics fit into some theoretical framework. After an introduction follow the sections: The pedestrian society (political characteristics; economic characteristics; ecoligical social-psychological characteristics) - Central places of political authority - Toward a theory of political mobility process) - Conclusion: Central-Local relations. Ref., figures.
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