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Afir (أعفير en arabe, Tizi Naïth Aïcha en kabyle, transcrit ⵜⵉⵣⵉ ⵏ ⴰⵜⵀ ⴰ̆ⵉⵛⴰ en Tifinagh ; Afir pendant la colonisation française) est une commune de la wilaya de Boumerdès, dans la daïra de Dellys, en Algérie. La commune est célèbre par sa vigne, l'une des meilleures en Afrique du Nord, elle est connue aussi pour. Your browser does not currently recognize any of the video formats available. Click here to visit our frequently asked questions about HTML5 video. Les Vignobles De France -- Vins d'Algerie (The Vineyards of France -- Wines of Bourgogne, Côte de Provence and one of the French colony Algeria [Algérie].
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La Vigne en Algérie - Hildebert Isnard - Google книги
Algeria shared in the general colonial legacy of economic dependency with the limited development of its agricultural and mineral resources having been undertaken largely to serve European needs. French colonial rule had imparted major biases to Algeria's early development.
An export bias meant that cash crops for export were la vigne en algerie priority over food crops for local people. An urban bias internally subordinated the needs of the countryside to those of the towns and added to other regional disparities as the burden of uneven development weighed against the interior in favour of the coastal Tell.
A capitalist bias absorbed the Algerian colonial economy into international structures of trade and capital, albeit through the close control of French commercial and financial interests MAZRUI, Whereas limited development can be attained through the maintenance and even the strengthening of this subordination to First World countries, modernisation without Westernizing and dependency requires decolonisation or the reconversion of alien structures ISNARD, Strategies of decolonisation involve a range of cultural, economic, institutional and political actions.
These include "domesticating" the structure of the society and the economy, the la vigne en algerie to involve a reduction of its export orientation and an increased focus on domestic food needs and other local la vigne en algerie.
Decolonisation also includes the diversification and multiplication of trading partners and of commodities traded. In this context Algeria's vineyards represented a colonial legacy of dubious value. In his study of the Mitidja Plain with its earlier strong viticultural orientation, Mutin also considered that the obstacles met by Algeria in marketing its wine offer the la vigne en algerie illustration of the [Note: I - The role of viticulture in the algerian economy in the s and early s Although vine growing was practised in pre-colonial agriculture and earlier flourished in classical times, mass monoculture of the vine for wine production owes its origins to the French phylloxera crisis of the s and the subsequent development of an alternative source of wine for metropolitan La vigne en algerie in Algeria from the s.
From 16, hectares of vines inof which 6, belonged to Muslim farmers, the area of Algeria's vineyards was increased to 30, hectares in andin This expansion continued until the s, when a maximum extent ofhectares was reached in and apeak production of Indeed, in legal measures in a Statut viticole constrained further expansion in France and, more particularly, in Algeria.
By then viticulture can be seen to have la vigne en algerie Algerian colonial society with its hierarchy based on the division of labour. To the Europeans with their possession of the vineyards it gave economic and political power; to the non-Europeans it provided paid employment but also dependence.
Further, wine production served to integrate the colony with metropolitan France which imported the bulk la vigne en algerie it under customs protection ISNARD, At Algerian independence in levels of viticultural production and areal extent were nearly as high. However, with the departure of over nine-tenths of the European population and of several hundred thousand French troops, the domestic wine market collapsed from 1.
With the departing Europeans went their technical and commercial skills and this had a detrimental effect on the quality and productivity of Algeria's viticulture.
Institut de la vigne et vin/Algerie- S
In the area of vineyards for wine production was stillhectares and production was Although post-independence production later peaked at This production level represented about a quarter of Algeria's agricultural production and a tenth of the total national product ZELLER, La vigne en algerie role in export and employment terms remained even more vital.
Viticulture also continued its fundamental role in agricultural employment in the socialist sector, the successor to the earlier modem sector.
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Despite some mechanisation, viticulture's labour inputs remained high at a level five times that of cereal cultivation, both being on unirrigated land.
II - Post-independence marketing problems Fig.
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Independence saw two conflicting socialist visions, with the PCA's incorporated political pluralism and class struggle on the one hand, and the FLN demand for a one-party socialist state la vigne en algerie the other.