(2001) 'Vagabond Capitalism and the Necessity of Social Reproduction
', Antipode 33(4), 709-728.
Both are essential for social reproduction
. One of the most prominent phenomena is the conversion and division of social wholes via the sacrifice of buffaloes as mentioned above.
However, social reproduction
and the care work that it entails vary in migrant households.
Early human kinship: from sex to social reproduction
. Oxford: Blackwell.
In this article, Di Chiro examines how globalised capitalist production, as well as environmental degradation and climate change, all undermine social reproduction
, or a community's ability to survive and thrive.
The patterns of social reproduction
in post-apartheid South Africa reinforces patterns of patriarchy inherited from apartheid, and reinforces the surbordinated position of women in society.
Although such questions are epistemological, they also concern basic inequalities that underlie the social reproduction
of particular communities of practice who "do" science: the research and development enterprises that translate science into concrete technologies and science and technology policy that governs these arenas.
Thus, the concept of social reproduction
associated with the economy of care perceives this work as the sphere in which the workforce is reproduced.
Gender, the state and social reproduction
: household insecurity in neo-liberal times.
This is a rich, complex and deeply-researched work that deserves to be read by anyone who is interested in the multi-faceted processes of social reproduction
in early modern England.
Readers should make good use of the index to mine this study for the valuable information and stimulating insights that it contains about social reproduction
in Portugal and Brazil.
This paradox is another kind of evidence, I think, that the so-called social-symbolic o rder does not seamlessly link social reproduction
and sexual reproduction.