Patrilocality involves, a couple residing at the man's home, which goes hand in hand with inheritance - especially in agrarian peasant societies where land is the main productive asset that is inherited.
‘The mission of the Land Association is to unify us as an agrarian community,’ explains head gardener Sebastian Kretschmer.
Because of interest in the issue of agrarian ethics, the focus was on students in agricultural fields.
Until recently, the legal cornerstone of land tenure was the 1953 agrarian reform law, which recognized various property regimes subject to different legal rights and obligations.
Basically, it was peasants looking for agrarian reform, even back then.
At the start of the period the region was overwhelmingly agrarian , with small farmers working arable land in the river valleys, keeping livestock in the meadows, and sometimes working for the lumber industry.
Brazil was a paradigmatic case of urban and rural mobilization during these decades, with agrarian leagues claiming land and labor rights and electorates voting for progressive change.
His agrarian reforms, especially those against large property, made him unpopular among the bourgeoisie.
The agrarian reform train is passing through your village this week.
The party's internal social programs include improved enforcement of environmental protection laws, addressing the problems faced by indigenous communities, and agrarian reform.