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Title: Community economies in Monsoon Asia: Keywords and key reflections
Authors: Gibson, Katherine
Astuti, Rini
Carnegie, Michelle
Chalernphon, Alanya
Dombroski, Kelly
Haryani, Agnes Ririn
Hill, Ann
Kehi, Balthasar
Law, Lisa
Lyne, Isaac
McGregor, Andrew
McKinnon, Katharine
McWilliam, Andrew
Miller, Fiona
Than, Wynn Lei Lei
Wianti, Nur Isiyana Wianti
Ngin, Chanrith
Occena-Gutierrez, Darlene
Palmer, Lisa
Placino, Pryor
Rampengan, Mercy M. F.
Wright, Sarah
Keywords: community economies
Monsoon Asia
Issue Date: Apr-2018
Publisher: Victoria University of Wellington and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
Citation: Asia Pacific Viewpoint
Abstract: A diversity of place-based community economic practices that enact ethical interdependence has long enabled livelihoods in Monsoon Asia. Managed either democratically or coercively, these culturally inflected practices have survived the rise of a cash economy, albeit in modified form, sometimes being co-opted to state projects. In the modern development imaginary, these practices have been positioned as ‘traditional’, ‘rural’ and largely superseded. But if we read against the grain of modernisation, a largely hidden geography of community economic practices emerges. This paper introduces the project of documenting keywords of place-based community economies in Monsoon Asia.It extends Raymond William’s cultural analysis of keywords into a non-western context and situates this discursive approach within a material semiotic framing. The paper has been collaboratively written with co-researchers across Southeast Asia and represents an experimental mode of scholarship that aims to advance a post-development agenda.
URI: http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/54
ISSN: 1360-7456
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