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李鹏涛   社会科学文献出版社  2019-06 出版
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从19世纪90年代前后到20世纪60年代是非洲历史的殖民时期。非洲殖民统治表现出残暴性和剥削性,同时也暴露出霸权脆弱性,它无法有效控制殖民地社会变迁,这体现在殖民地社会变迁的各个方面。本书以英属非洲殖民地为中心展开论述,意在展示殖民时代非洲社会的剧烈变迁,凸显非洲民众在殖民地社会变革进程中的能动作用。作者在坚持唯物史观的前提下,努力拓宽研究领域,不仅关注殖民统治,而且试图全方位展示非洲社会变迁;将殖民主义与非洲社会变迁相结合,强调非洲人是非洲历史变迁的主体。
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  • 《浙江师范大学非洲研究文库》编纂委员会
  • 总序 非洲学是一门行走的学问
  • 序言
  • 第一章 殖民地国家与“传统的发明”
    1. 第一节 殖民统治前夕的非洲社会
    2. 第二节 殖民地国家的建立
    3. 第三节 殖民地国家的霸权限度
    4. 第四节 殖民统治的内在悖论
    5. 第五节 “传统的发明”及其限度
  • 第二章 经济变革
    1. 第一节 交通变革
    2. 第二节 非洲劳动力的流动与控制
    3. 第三节 农业生产
    4. 第四节 白人移民
  • 第三章 城镇化
    1. 第一节 殖民时期城镇化概况
    2. 第二节 英国殖民政府的城镇劳动力政策
    3. 第三节 城镇社会与文化
  • 第四章 性别、家庭与人口
    1. 第一节 殖民时代的非洲家庭变化
    2. 第二节 非洲妇女的流动以及殖民地国家的干预
    3. 第三节 非洲妇女的反抗与调适
    4. 第四节 殖民时代的人口变化及影响
  • 第五章 种族关系
    1. 第一节 白人移民群体
    2. 第二节 其他的移民群体
  • 第六章 大众传媒、娱乐休闲与教育
    1. 第一节 大众传媒
    2. 第二节 舞蹈、音乐与体育运动
    3. 第三节 教育
  • 第七章 “第二次殖民占领”时期的非洲社会变迁与非殖民化
    1. 第一节 “发展型”殖民主义
    2. 第二节 城镇环境、非洲人反抗与民族主义的兴起
    3. 第三节 非洲精英群体的出现
    4. 第四节 殖民地农业发展计划与非洲农村的反抗
    5. 第五节 非洲民族主义与非殖民化
  • 结语 “殖民遗产”与当代非洲国家
    1. 一 重新认识非洲殖民地国家
    2. 二 “传统的发明”及其限度
    3. 三 多角度的殖民时期非洲社会变迁
    4. 四 非洲社会变迁与非殖民化
    5. 五 反思“殖民遗产”
  • 附录
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