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This index section of the book Livelihoods and Landscapes: The People of Guquka and Koloni and their Resources presents a list of terms and concepts. The book about Guquka and Koloni draws on their data and conclusions, which give a useful perspective on the historical and institutional dimensions of development in the two villages. It attempts to draw a holistic picture of contemporary processes of agriculture and rural development in the Eastern Cape. In so doing, it engages with current academic debates about the dynamics of agricultural and rural development processes in southern Africa. The book consists of 14 chapters. It is structured on the assumption that livelihood transformations can be read from the transformations that occur at the level of landscape and also vice versa, which the landscape tells something about the nature and dynamics of rural livelihoods.

Keywords: agriculture; Guquka; Koloni; landscape; rural livelihoods



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