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Buy and Download Description Changing class relationships among refugees are some of the rural transformation's effect on refugee populations. Using Wad el Hileau as an illustration, this chapter explores the existence of social stratification among rural refugees. The analysis exposes the underlying mechanisms of immiseration and accumulation that create and perpetuate social differentiation. Such mechanisms are influential and powerful. They play a large role in determining the strategies that unassisted refugees adopt to secure household sufficiency. They dictate the proportion of households in different locations within the agrarian class structure, and they have begun to fragment the refugee household as a self-contained unit of production. Changing class relationships among refugees are some of the rural transformation's effect on refugee populations. Using Wad el Hileau as an illustration, this chapter explores the existence of social stratification among rural refugees. The analys
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