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|Title:||Mozambique: poverty in war and poverty in peace|
|Abstract:||Summarizing the political and economic evolution of Mozambique since the end of colonialism until the present time and cross-referencing it with narrations of Mozambicans who experienced these distinctive stages of the recent History of their country, this article starts with a reflection on the explanatory factors concerning the absence of historical framing and anthropological approaches in studies of poverty and an interpretation of the theoretical outlooks on which these studies are based. Some of the possible causes for the high rate of poverty registered in this country were examined and given explanation against the existence of direct link between war and poverty. In the end, the post-conflict period and some of features of the pursued policies were analyzed and the author concludes emphasizing the relevance of perceiving poverty in a contextualized manner, inserting it into the set of economic and social relations from which it is , globally and locally, a fundamental part.|
|Description:||Este documento é uma tradução do livro publicado em português, “Pobreza e paz nos PALOP”, Sextante Editora (2009), ISBN 978-989-676-007-6|
|Appears in Collections:||CEI-CLN – Autoria de capítulos de livros nacionais|
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