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Money and sociality in South Africa's informal economy
(Cambridge University Press, 2012)
This article examines the interplay of agency, culture and context in order to consider the social embeddedness of money and trade at the margins of South Africa’s economy. Focusing on small-scale, survivalist informal ...
Real acts, imagined landscapes: reflections on the discourses of land reform in South Africa after 1994
This paper discusses the discourses by which land reform policies in South Africa have been justified and criticized. Critical thought is needed about the underlying assumptions and frameworks informing policy and critique. ...
Participatory commodity networking: An integrated framework for Fairtrade research and support
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
This article discusses the potential for humanizing production and trade relations by extending action research to multilateral commodity networks. Participatory action research and Fairtrade certification both promote ...
Without the blanket of the land: agrarian change and biopolitics in post–Apartheid South Africa
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
This paper connects Marxist approaches to the agrarian political economy of South Africa with post-Marshallian and Foucauldian analyses of distributional regimes and late capitalist governmentality. Looking at South Africa’s ...