On Making a Living and of the Reproduction of the Working Class
AbstractIn this remarcable volume edited by Susana Narotzky and Victoria Goddard, the authors analyse the places, networks, strategies and the possibilities and impossibilities for reproduction of the working class in places and times where people, families and networks have experienced some form of disruption or loss. Post-socialism; post-industrial, knowledge-based economies and the restructurings of a globalised market capitalism are some of the contexts causing disruption and experiences of loss. Flexibility is the new buzz-word that alienates people from networks, places and pasts.
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