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Multiscalar moral economy

Global agribusiness, rural Zambian residents, and the distributed crowd

Tijo Salverda

interactions on the ground. Yet by casting moral judgment, even if they do not necessarily share the same moral critique in detail, they may still have an impact on economic realities in which they often do not directly partake. The Zambian case, for example

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Doing bizness

Migrant smuggling and everyday life in the Maghreb

Line Richter

forms of mobility and trade it connects to. Whether we call them “smugglers,” “fixers,” “handlers,” “brokers,” or something else, there has been a desire to represent smuggling in terms of particular characters (most often imbued with moral judgments

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The emergence of the global debt society

Governmentality and profit extraction through fabricated abundance and imposed scarcity in Peru and Spain

Ismael Vaccaro, Eric Hirsch, and Irene Sabaté

, placing it in his moral judgment as both aesthetically foreign and as symbols of a precariously fabricated abundance. Colca's new cement block homes show a remarkable resemblance to the structures at the center of Spain's mortgage crisis. Credit and debt

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High-rise social failures

Regulating technologies, authority, and aesthetics in the resettlement of Taipei military villages

Elisa Tamburo

, accessible with a different key. Knowledge among close neighbors once guaranteed a strong sense of security ( anquangan ). Because residents lived side by side, they knew abundantly about other households’ whereabouts, leading sometimes to gossip and moral

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Bringing Slavery into the Light in Postcolonial Portugal

The rhetoric and poetics of a slavery exhibition

Paula Mota Santos

that it is the consideration of the moral orders of attraction ( MacCannell 1976 )—that is, the moral judgments elicited or muted by the exhibition's rhetoric and poetics—that truly speak to the core of an exhibition as a form that aims at persuasion