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Everyday economic practices

Savvina A. Chowdhury

Everyday economic practices

the "hidden transcripts" of Egyptian voices

by Savvina A. Chowdhury

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSavvina A. Chowdhury.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 178 p. ;
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22752443M
ISBN 109780415955522

A book by Francesco Duina explores the role of rules and practices, informal and formal, in economic life. Book by sociologist Duina explores economic role of everyday rules, practices. By Doug Hubley. Published on February 3, Also available as an eBook in the Amazon Kindle store and on Google Play. An eclectic mix of contributors share their reflections about spiritual practices in their everyday lives and provide models for those seeking a practice of their own.

In her book Everyday Piety: Islam and Economy in Jordan, Sarah A. Tobin lays bare the tensions and anxieties that many of her upwardly-mobile Jordanian informants experienced when reconciling their economic aspirations with their desires to adhere to authentically Islamic tensions are partially resolved, Tobin demonstrates, because in late-capitalist .   The everyday practices and tactics allows for an understanding of the ruptures in contemporary urban life: an insinuating poetic and war-like inversion of everyday life. This is a fundamental reason why The Practice of Everyday Life is an essential reading for contemporary urban studies. Rogerio Proença Leite, by:

1. Introduction. This paper considers the emergence of contemporary provisioning models and their materialities and practices. It argues that focusing on the materialities of diverse provisioning economies is one way to make sense of them, and that doing so reveals the ordinary practices of circularity and sharing which take place in these new and novel by:   Power and Everyday Practices is a unique, contributed text: one that takes up sociological theory and methods in the approachable context of everyday objects and practices primarily through Foucaultian and Marxist lenses. Rather than focusing first on abstract concepts, many of the chapters are organized around a familiar everyday activity for students, which .


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