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Moving on

Italy as a stepping stone in migrants’ imaginaries

Anna Tuckett

Scandinavian states particularly favored due to their reputation for strong social welfare systems and high levels of employment. However, decisions about where to on-migrate were also determined and constrained by diplomatic and legal frameworks. Thus social

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Egor Antonov and Venera Antonova

Translator : Tatiana Argounova-Low

were dominated by female employment ( Osinskii 1983: 27–28 ). Continuous industrial development in the north of the country territorially coincided with the Table 1 Number of personnel with higher education in Iakutiia by profession (thousands). 1955

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Itay Noy

legitimated through national projects of development and modernization, and “mitigated” to some extent through labor absorption into industrial employment, which also served to keep resistance at bay. In the new regime, conversely, dispossession is carried out

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Katharina Seebaß

this variable ( n  = 248, or approximately 21 percent of respondents; see Table 3). 10 Additionally, employment status (“working full time” or “part-time” vs. “not employed or retired” and “other statuses”) and the degree of education in three

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“Communists” on the shop floor

Anticommunism, crisis, and the transformation of labor in Bulgaria

Dimitra Kofti

) and casual (employed by subcontractors) staff. By the time of my fieldwork, the workforce was 290 people, down from 1,050 in 1998. Some of the laid-off workers returned to the plant through subcontractors, this time with a more flexible employment

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Personal and Professional Encompassment in Organizational Capacity Building

SOS Children’s Villages and Supportive Housing

Viktoryia Kalesnikava

professional, but also threatens the tenuous boundary between them. The consequence is that professional moral conduct is often endangered, proving detrimental to professional employment and even institutional existence. In examining the interplay between the

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Thomas D. Hall

chains and networks of production and consumption. The following chapter explores the environmental dilemmas evolving from the blue revolution. On the one hand, it supplies more food and provides employment. On the other hand, it displaces local peoples

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Patrick O'Hare and Anna Szolucha

uncomplicated cause for celebration, the dump's closure choked off employment for thousands of catadores or waste-pickers, many of whom had worked there since the landfill was founded north of Rio de Janeiro in 1978. Millar takes as the central point of her

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Jean Comaroff and John Comaroff

those domestic (inter, intra) dependencies subsidize and devalue wage employment, relieving capital and the state of the costs of social reproduction. In the upshot, human life becomes enmeshed in a tight weave of contradictions, a counterpoint of social

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Proximity, Responsibility and Temporality at Resource Frontiers

Corporate-Community Relations in the Colombian Mining Sector

Laura Knöpfel

employment and training opportunities in the coal mine, she responded by referring to the closures of the coal mines. Her evocation of the temporality of the resource frontier was not a one-off matter, on the contrary. In meetings with local communities, the