Fraternal Capital

Fraternal Capital

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A richly textured ethnography about knitwear manufacturers in South India that explains how peasant-workers have refined notions of place, gender, and class to create a local industrial form that succeeds in the global economy.Gender divisions are therefore one way by which some workers in large units are paid more than the average wage at ... collective endeavors in the logic of batch production that the American Apparel Manufacturersa#39; Association alludes to inanbsp;...

Title:Fraternal Capital
Author:Sharad Chari
Publisher:Stanford University Press - 2004


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