Socialism: Ideals, Ideologies, and Local Practice

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Subject index

a
acculturation 31-3
actors, role in revolution 205-6, 208-9
administration see bureaucracy affluence 52-4 ;
see also spending agricultural co-operatives see co-operatives
anarchy 27-8, 32, 36-8 ;
primitive 43-58
ancestral protection 102
anthropology 1-5, 9-10 ;
African 15, 70, 78 ;
American 11 ;
ethics of 16 ;
Eurasian 16-20 ;
political 11, 14-16, 20, 117-31
anti-semitism 172
appropriation 48 ;
see also proprietorship
acquisitionsmanship 174
atheism 7-8, 148-9, 151
authoritarianism 38
authority 28, 30, 47 ;
patriarchal 114
autonomy:
household 48 ;
personal 54, 56 ;
as a social state 51 ;
see also freedom

b
band clusters 32
birth planning campaign 160, 162, 166
boun see religious festivals bridewealth 110 ;
see also customs
broadcasting, influence of 109
Buddhism 2, 4 ;
ceremonies of 138-40, 143 ;
economic role of 132-47 ;
festivals 139-40 ;
and thrift 140
bureaucracy:
allocation within 178-9 ;
party 178 ;
reorganization of 167 ;
response to Sungusungu 94-101 ;
segmentation of 167 ;
state 178
bureaucratic feudalism 168

c
cadres, in rural China 166-8
capitalism 3, 10, 14, 27, 31-3, 56, 103, 171, 244, 249-50 ;
formation of 46 ;
Hong Kong factories 167, 169-70 ;
incipient 36 ;
restructuring of 249-50 ;
state 103
caste system 168-71
Catholicism see religion
Censorship 208-9
centralism see democratic-centralism
chemical industry 246, 248
child care 228
chimurenga102
classlessness, in Africa 66-8, 72
'co-' words 54
collaboration 14
collectivism 32, 43-58, 66, 71, 73, 103, 163 ;
farming 231 ;
fear of 240 ;
of the intimate and informal 45, 51-2, 55-6 ;
of rural industries 164-5
colonialism 67-9, 71, 96, 102-1, 109-10, 124, 155
communalism 33, 43, 69 ;
primitive 43-58
communication channels 82
communism 7, 20-1, 213 ;
collapse of party 172-85 ;
morality of 197 ;
primitive 27-34, 36-8, 67, 70 ;
revolutionary 27 ;
Soviet 148-56 ;
see also socialism
communist 27, 38 ;
ideology 195 ;
rhetoric 195 ;
theory of social change 192, 198-9
community 50, 52, 64-5 ;
atypical 10 ;
as basic social unit 51, 67 ;
life 46 ;
programme 251 ;
relationship of individuals to 47 ;
size in relation to affluence 53 ;
structure 45
competition 174-5 ;
bureaucratic 178-9, 181
consensus, as power basis 29

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