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|Community economies in Monsoon Asia: Keywords and key reﬂections
Haryani, Agnes Ririn
Than, Wynn Lei Lei
Wianti, Nur Isiyana Wianti
Rampengan, Mercy M. F.
|Victoria University of Wellington and John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd
|Asia Paciﬁc Viewpoint
|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 In the modern development imaginary, these practices have been positioned as ‘traditional’, ‘rural’ and largely superseded.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.
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