Class And Economic Change In Kenya: The Making Of An African Petite-bourgeoisie by Gavin Kitching

Class And Economic Change In Kenya: The Making Of An African Petite-bourgeoisie

byGavin Kitching

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This analysis of the transformation of the political economy of colonial and post-colonial Kenya is followed by a theoretical discussion of its implications for such issues as the type of class analysis which is appropriate for the country, the role of the state in capital accumulation and class formation, and the possible relevance of Marxist value theory to the analysis of exploitation in Kenya.

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Title:Class And Economic Change In Kenya: The Making Of An African Petite-bourgeoisieFormat:PaperbackDimensions:500 pages, 9.25 × 6.13 × 0.68 inPublished:April 15, 2011Publisher:Yale University Press

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ISBN - 10:0300029292

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This analysis of the transformation of the political economy of colonial and post-colonial Kenya is followed by a theoretical discussion of its implications for such issues as the type of class analysis which is appropriate for the country, the role of the state in capital accumulation and class formation, and the possible relevance of Marxist value theory to the analysis of exploitation in Kenya.