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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Cooperation in economy and society.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2010
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert C Marshall
|Description:||1 online resource (xxi, 295 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Part 1 Part I. Introduction Chapter 2 Chapter 1. Introduction Part 3 Part II. Cooperation and Competition Chapter 4 Chapter 2. From Reciprocity to Trade: How Cooperative Infrastructures Form the Basis of Human Socio-cultural Evolution Chapter 5 Chapter 3. Market Integration and Pro-social Behavior: Some Evidence from the Standard Cross-Cultural Sample Chapter 6 Chapter 4. Critique of Reciprocity: Shifts in Ayni among Andean Groups Chapter 7 Chapter 5. Commerce and Cooperation among the Classic Maya: The Chunchucmil Case Part 8 Part III. Cooperation and Hierarchy Chapter 9 Chapter 6. Cooperation in Conflict: Negotiating Inequality in Midwestern U.S. Hog Contracting Chapter 10 Chapter 7. Cooperation, Equality, and Difference Chapter 11 Chapter 8. Cooperation, Conflict, and Communal Complexity in Marginal Levantine Social Life Part 12 Part IV. Co-operatives Chapter 13 Chapter 9. Cooperation in the Informal Economy: The Case of Recyclers at a Brazilian Garbage Dump Chapter 14 Chapter 10. Is It Possible to Overcome the "Tragedy of Ubuntu?" The Journey of a Black Women's Economic Empowerment Group in South Africa Chapter 15 Chapter 11. The Role of Social Norms in the Construction of American Agricultural Cooperatives Part 16 Part V. Cooperation Rising Chapter 17 Chapter 12. Creating Common Grazing Rights on Private Parcels: How New Social Norms Produce Incentives for Cooperative Land Management Chapter 18 Chapter 13. Cooperation and the Development of Conservation Laws: The Case of the Maine Lobster Industry|
|Series Title:||Society for Economic Anthropology monographs, v. 28.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Robert. C. Marshall.|
Shall we base our notions of humanity on the limited cultural constructs and religious ideology of one time period, one political-economic system, one system of thought represented by economics? Or