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Date of Award

1973

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Anthropology

Supervisor

M. Cooper

Language

English

Abstract

This is a descriptive study of the Hamilton Central Market. Chapter 1 describes the objectives of the study. Chanter 2 describes the content of previous market legislation and the manner in which it has influenced market events. Charter 3 outlines the pertinent features of the present market place's organization. Chapter 4 describes the socio-economic charactcristics of the market clientele. Chapter 5 describes the interrelationship of these factors and the clientele's subsequent market activity. Chapter 6 describes the marketing techniques employed by the vendors and the outcome of their efforts -in terms of cash flow. Chapter 7 presents a summary of the previous chapters.

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