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#INDEBTED: Disciplining the Moral Valence of Mortgage Debt Online
The 2008 mortgage crash and the online publics that have emerged in its aftermath have reshaped American interpretations of indebtedness. Combining research among homeowners facing foreclosure inExpand
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Feminists, Queers and Critics: Debating the Cuban Sex Trade*
  • N. Stout
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Latin American Studies
  • 1 November 2008
Abstract Cuban scholars and women's advocates have criticised the widespread emergence of sex tourism in post-Soviet Cuba and attributed prostitution to a crisis in socialist values. In response,Expand
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Petitioning a giant: Debt, reciprocity, and mortgage modification in the Sacramento Valley
Following the 2007 mortgage crash, the US government established programs to assist homeowners by modifying their mortgages. But the oversight of these programs was granted to the same mortgageExpand
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After Love: Queer Intimacy and Erotic Economies in Post-Soviet Cuba
Focused on the intimate effects of large-scale economic transformations, After Love illuminates the ways that everyday efforts to imagine, resist, and enact market reforms shape sexual desires andExpand
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2. Put Out: Bank Seizure at the Poverty Line
  • N. Stout
  • Political Science
  • 31 December 2019