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landownership

OWNERSHIP of land.
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Is mere landownership sufficient, or must one actually use the groundwater?
In both France and Italy, the question was whether to suppress or to reorganize the existing collective landownership regimes.
That the local offices of the USDA were involved in this erosion of Black landownership is undisputed.
Oldbuck's anti-genealogical mindset inevitably informs his suspicion of the dynastic concepts of both history and landownership.
In other countries, urban land was explored theoretically and empirically by scholars including Doreen Massey and Alejandrina Catalano's Capital and land: Landownership by capital in Great Britain (1978), David Harvey's Limits to Capital (1982) and Ben Fine's edited debates The Value Dimension; Marx versus Ricardo and Sraffa (1986).
The economic foundations of this medieval society, its religion and culture were, thus, feudal landownership and property relations based on shared crop with the direct cultivators who submitted a nominal part of the yield to the State and other part to the lord who in turn donated it to various charities, religious foundations and cultural activities.
Landownership allowed for the enclaving of space in the West End, privatizing public space for the use of elite members of society.
Appalachia has a history of economic instability most commonly associated with outsider exploitation of its resources (Appalachian Landownership Task Force 1983).
While the distribution of hunters is acutely linked to where moose occur during the hunting season, landownership patterns and hunter density also influence hunter distribution.
The rape of Lucy thus becomes a profoundly political matter in terms of racial stratification: not only because it is the rape of a white woman by a black man, but also because it involves issues of landownership as well as social hierarchy in a postcolonial context.
The most basic elements of this socio-economic fabric in Indian society are caste, gender and accessibility to economic resources in the form of landownership.
Moreover mobility costs, including landownership laws and high priced urban housing, further diminish the inter-state migrations.