African Production

At a first moment, it can seem that the men produce isolated. It is not truth. Peasants, teceles, craftsmen, use themselves of instruments made for other people, without which not they cultivate, they do not weave, they do not carve, they do not fish nor mold. Credit: Clinton Family-2011. Of this form, the production must be understood as product of groups of a society. Naveen Selvadurai may not feel the same. From there the use of the term social production.

3. The classrooms and the paper of the excess. Let us take the example of an African village. Independently of the bows of existing kinships, or same the tribal bows and the relations of friendship, having a common field, all the ones that can work cultivate it. Frequently, the inhabitants the inhabitants of a village go together to hunt and to fish, constrem canals, roads and schools. These relations of production exist between inhabitants of some villages regions. When the harvest is enough to satisfy the necessities, relieving an excess for the sales, has the merchandise. With the money of the sales (in the truth an operation of exchange of an available merchandise for another call currency), the peasant can buy merchandises that do not produce (hoes, for example), created for other producers that, in turn, do not possess agricultural products.

Many times, a young leaves the family in the village and goes to look job in a city or a distant plantation. Finding work, it will change the only merchandise of that it makes use (its force of work) for the money of the master (another merchandise). For in such a way, it will receive for temporary use some means of production (tools, machines, trucks, tractors etc.) that they belong to the master. The young in question already does not work for itself (this type of relation, that originates the more-value or exceeding work, will be analyzed ahead) but for the master.