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Abdelkarim (2005): Primitive capital accumulation in the Sudan
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Primitive capital accumulation in the Sudan
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1992
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2005
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Taylor & Francis e-Library
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1. Primitive Capital Accumulation: A Theoretical Framework 1
I. The Notion of Primitive Capital Accumulation 1
II. Mode of Production and Socio-economic Formation 2
III. The Capitalist Mode of Production: Dialectics of Subordination-domination and Transformation 3
IV. Primitive Capital Accumulation and the Dominance of Merchant Capital 5
2. Some Aspects of Commoditisation and their Impact on the Household Producers 7
I. Commoditisation of the Means of Production and Consumption and the Role of Circulation Capital 7
II. Commoditisation of Land 10
III. Commoditisation Pressures and Changes in the Gender Division of Labour 13
3. The Gezira: The Transitional Pattern of Sudanese Agriculture 15
I. Origin and Development of the Transitional Pattern 16
II. Tenants′ Household Labour Input 17
III. Tenants′ Negative Attitude towards Farm Labour? 19
IV. Class Position of the Tenants and Limitation to Capitalist Development 27
4. Gedaref: Mechanisation and the Development of an Agrarian Capitalist Class in the Sudan 29
I. The Evolution of Agriculture in the Gedaref Region from 1900 30
II. Preconditions of Capitalist Development in Sudanese Agriculture 33
III. The Landed Classes and their Origins 34
IV. The Expansion of Private Capitalist Agriculture 36
V. Conclusion: The Extent of Mechanisation and Capitalist Development 38
5. Rural Labour Markets: Formation, Internal Mechanisms and Segmentation 40
I. The Gezira 40
II. Gedaref 46
III. Segmentation of the Rural Labour Market 49
6. The Process of Free Wage Labour Formation 53
I. The Need for Wage Labour and the Process of Freeing the Producers from Access to the Means of Production 53
II. Are the Sudanese Wage Labourers Free Proprietors of their Labour Power? 62
III. Wage Determination, Free Labour Formation and Class Consciousness 64
7. Dominance of Circulation Capital: The Bottleneck of Capitalist Development 69
I. The Development of Private Indigenous Circulation Capital 69
II. Dominance of Circulation Capital: Some Macro-indicators 73
III. Circulation Capital and Surplus Distribution and Use in Gedaref 80
IV. Dominance of Circulation Capital: The Crisis and the Challenge 84


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