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New Directions In Economic Anthropology
Introduction I Production The ecosystem Technological processes Access to resources The question of 'work' in western societies II Distribution and exchange Forms of Reciprocity and RedistributionExpand
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Immediate Struggles: People, Power, and Place in Rural Spain
List of Illustrations Acknowledgments Glossary Dramatis Personae 1. Toward an Anthropological Framework for Studying Contemporary Europe Part I. Conflicting Histories 2. The Histories of the RegionalExpand
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Crisis, Value, and Hope: Rethinking the Economy
Crisis, value, and hope are three concepts whose intersection and mutual constitution open the door for a rethinking of the nature of economic life away from abstract models divorced from theExpand
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Reciprocity's dark side
This article proposes the concept of negative reciprocity as a necessary and substantive aspect of the general concept of reciprocity. We contend that the concept of reciprocity is useful only whenExpand
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Where Have All the Peasants Gone
By revisiting earlier debates around the definition of peasantries and new issues around farming in present-day agricultural regimes, this review underlines the uneven forms of capitalist surplusExpand
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The organic intellectual and the production of class in Spain
The unique and extraordinary character of working-class selforganization has been that it has tried to connect particular struggles to a general struggle in one quite special way. It has set out, asExpand
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The Project in the Model
Concepts such as “reciprocity,” “embeddedness,” and “social capital” have been the main tools for description and analysis of social relations sustaining economic activities in areas defined asExpand
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Memories of Conflict and Present-Day Struggles in Europe: New Tensions between Corporatism, Class, and Social Movements
This lecture addresses the connection between the production in the present of particular memories of the past and the ability to frame present-day conflicts in ways that render certain possibilitiesExpand
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