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Artful practices : the political economy of everyday life

Author: Henri Lustiger-Thaler; Daniel Salée
Publisher: Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books, ©1994.
Series: Critical perspectives on historic issues, v. 5.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is about the social practices of survival. Case studies from Italy, the United Kingdom, Chile, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, Canada, and Israel are included and offer an intriguing look at new emancipatory possibilities for citizens and their cities." "As the social, economic and political institutions we have lived with since the post-war settlement undergo massive transformations, a larger  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Kongress
Montréal (1992)
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Artful practices.
Montréal ; New York : Black Rose Books, ©1994
(OCoLC)654369425
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Lustiger-Thaler; Daniel Salée
ISBN: 1895431921 9781895431926 189543193X 9781895431933
OCLC Number: 32926384
Description: xxiv, 188 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The Quest for a Politically Effective Language of Everyday Life / Henri Lustiger-Thaler and Daniel Salee --
Pt. I. Lives, Livelihood and Strategies of Survival --
1. Western European Informal Economies in Historical Perspective / Gavin Smith --
2. Survival Strategies for Small Business Families in a Peripheral Local Economy: A Contribution to Institutional Value Theory / Jane Wheelock --
3. Family Strategies and Social Development in Northern and Southern Italy / Enzo Mingione --
Pt. II. Community Versus the Market: The Ups and Downs of Practices of Resistance --
4. Sou Sou Land Possibility: Survival and Community Mobilization in Trinidad and Tobago / Ivan Laughlin --
5. Middle Class, Social Networks, and the "Neo-Liberal" Model: The Case of the Chilean School Teachers / Larissa Lomnitz and Ana Melnick --
6. Beyond the Market in a Market Economy: The Kibbutz Experience / Menachem Rosner --
Pt. III. Mapping New Citizenship Practices --
7. Citizenship and Social Change: Beyond the Dominant Paradigm / Maurice Roche --
8. New/Old Frontier of Inequalities: Respect and Self-Respect As Policy Issues / S. Michael Miller --
9. Dissidence and Insurgency: Municipal Foreign Policy in the 1980s / Warren Magnusson.
Series Title: Critical perspectives on historic issues, v. 5.
Responsibility: edited by Henri Lustiger-Thaler and Daniel Salée.
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"This book is about the social practices of survival. Case studies from Italy, the United Kingdom, Chile, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States, Canada, and Israel are included and offer an intriguing look at new emancipatory possibilities for citizens and their cities." "As the social, economic and political institutions we have lived with since the post-war settlement undergo massive transformations, a larger drama is being played out as broad segments of the population are increasingly marginalized and left alone to face the tyranny of ever-triumphant market forces. The terms of the social contract are being renegotiated and the artful practices of citizens coping with these massive changes point to a new political economy of everyday life."--Jacket.

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