Traditionally, class analysis has exaggerated the role of economic differentiation, particularly that of the informal economy, and has underestimated the degree of common consciousness amongst the `labouring class'. In Divisions and Solidarities, Alison MacEwen Scott examines class analysis and the inter-relationship between gender and class which creates a shared interest between men and women in some contexts and a divergence of interest in others. Using case studies of the urban population in Latin America, she presents a major critique of existing class theories and presents a new theoretical treatment on class formation, the orthodoxy of the informal economy, class consciousness and political participation.Glossary of Spanish words remodelaciAcn saquero sierra serrano tienda (aita) trabajador street planning jacket ... parents cars and small vehicles operating as buses cohabitees respectable (decencia=respectability) housekeeping money owners royal grant ... that stresses male virility (adj. machista) master tradesman person of mixed race origin savings fund manual worker trade journeyman householdanbsp;...
|Title||:||Divisions and Solidarities|
|Author||:||Alison MacEwen Scott|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2005-08-04|