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‘Money on the Street’ as a Hoard

How Informal Moneylenders Remain Unbanked

Martin Fotta

children did with the couple’s property and money. Admittedly, Calon’s money-talk could be approached as reflecting commodification of interpersonal relations and calculability of sentiments in the wake of the growing importance of financial institutions in

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Capacity as Aggregation

Promises, Water and a Form of Collective Care in Northeast Brazil

Andrea Ballestero

water, scholars have documented the fraught and unequal implications of material scarcity and excess, and of its commodification or recognition as a right ( Aiyer 2007 ; Anand 2011 ; Ballestero 2015 ; Barnes 2014 ; Carse 2012 ; Morita 2016 ). Antina

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Neriko Musha Doerr

complements the critical assessments of the current call to ‘globalise’ higher education as a neocolonialist imposition of Western-centric views ( Pashby 2012 ), or as commodification, that is global learning as something that can be ‘purchased’ through

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The anthropology of human-environment relations

Materialism with and without Marxism

Penny McCall Howard

production systems and the “commodification of subsistence” increases ( Bernstein 2010 ). Contrary to popular myths about the disappearance of the working class, the number of people “who supply labor for the production of goods and services” grew from 1

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Minority Report

Perceptions and Realities of Black Men in Heterosexual Porn

Darryl L. Jones II

to perform sexual service work on ‘the margins’ of an economy increasingly focused on the commodification of intimacy” ( Miller-Young 2010: 224 ). As Miller-Young found in her own study of black female performers, black male performers entered and

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Blake Ewing

compete or struggle with each other.” 53 To move from historical to political theory, we see that in relation to the politicization of our horizons is an adjacent durational politics—of the clock, the calendar, and time’s commodification. 54 There is

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Andrea Scholz

status of persons, with their own social life, history, and agency that is reducible neither to the commodification of things in the sense of Arjun Appadurai (1986) nor to their biographies that connect them to us (cf. Guss 1989 ; Santos-Granero 2009

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Prelude to a Grid

Energy, Gender and Labour on an Electric Frontier

Kristin D. Phillips

, commodification, affiliation or patronage. But Singidans generally agreed that connection to the grid would be exciting. They anticipated that electricity will enhance opportunities for small businesses, employment and access to local services. People imagined

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Yuval Gozansky

dilemmas of children and youth, countering the flow of international drama on different television channels. Daily drama serials marked a third phase: the commodification of youth audiences. Regarding children as consumers, daily drama serials represented a

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Israel’s Recent Unionizing Drives

The Broader Social Context

Jonathan Preminger

.” Industrial Relations 52 ( 1 ): 78 – 101 . Nisim , Sarit , and Orly Benjamin . 2010 . “ The Speech of Services Procurement: The Negotiated Order of Commodification and Dehumanization of Cleaning Employees .” Human Organization 69 ( 3 ): 221 – 232