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Outline Two: An Emphasis on the Economic Aspects of Agrarian Reform

VICTORIA V. VALDEZ
Philippine Sociological Review
Vol. 20, No. 1/2, VIEW FROM THE PADDY: EMPIRICAL STUDIES OF PHILIPPINE RICE FARMING AND TENANCY (January – April 1972), pp. 224-225
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Abstract

This nine-hour course in agrarian reform highlights the economic dimensions of the subject. Nonetheless it starts with an historical introduction, touches on some of the more general social, moral, and political questions involved, and closes with a final comparative view. Students are asked to relate to the economics of agrarian reform whatever appropriate judgments might be made on it from the vantage point of history, theology, sociology, psychology, political science, and other social sciences. Having seen the complexity of the economic problems presented by such a reform program, the student is also exposed to a set of values to assist him in thinking about the basic human requirements any such program must satisfy.

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