Une entreprise coloniale et ses travailleurs : la Société du Haut-Ogooué et la main d'œuvre africaine (1893-1963)

Abstract : Founded in 1893 to stand in for the Administration in the region of Haut-Ogooué, the Société Commerciale, Industrielle et Agricole du Haut-Ogooué (SHO) made its mark among the most important colonial companies in Gabon. In 1963, on the cusp of its absorption by the multinational company OPTORG, its influence was total on the whole Gabonese economic activity. The circumstances of the African workers and the opinion they had of the company exploitation are at the core of this study: how did the Africans envisaged the conditions of their mobilization by the SHO and what answers did they bring? The result of this study is that the SHO exploitation methods in the region of Haut- Ogooué in Gabon have dramatically transformed the African way of life opinion on colonization.
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Fabrice Anicet Moutangou. Une entreprise coloniale et ses travailleurs : la Société du Haut-Ogooué et la main d'œuvre africaine (1893-1963). Sociologie. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013TOU20053⟩. ⟨tel-00949174⟩

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