By J. K. Gibson-Graham

Within the mid-1990s, on the top of educational dialogue in regards to the inevitability of capitalist globalization, J. ok. Gibson-Graham awarded a groundbreaking and debatable argument for envisioning substitute economies. This re-creation contains an creation within which the authors deal with serious responses to The finish of Capitalism and description the industrial study and activism they've been engaged in because the e-book was once first released.

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The panelists focused on the intersection of industrial restructuring and changing household work practices, and while their research was explicitly geared to exploring the reciprocal impacts and interactions of these two social domains, the principal relationship that emerged was the adaptation of households to changes in the industrial sector. "Adaptability" and "coping" were the general terms under which a remarkably diverse array of living situations and reactions to industrial change were subsumed.

Adaptability" and "coping" were the general terms under which a remarkably diverse array of living situations and reactions to industrial change were subsumed. The researchers hinted in passing at some points of tension and contradiction that stood out against the background of harmonization and adjustment: older workers who were having great difficulties adjusting to a 12-hour shift, destabilized gender identities stemming from a changing gender division of labor in two-earner households, increases in (noncapitalist and nonindustrial) economic activity among both shiftworkers and laid off workers.

109-27. "Post-Fordism as Politics," first published in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, vol. 10 (1992), pp. 393-410. "'Hewers of Cake and Drawers of Tea': Women, Industrial Restructuring, and Class Processes on the Coalfields of Central Queensland," Rethinking Marxism, vol. 5, no. 4 (Winter 1992), pp. 29-56. "Waiting for the Revolution, or How to Smash Capitalism While Working at Home in Your Spare Time, Rethinking Marxism," vol. 6, no. 2 (Summer 1993), pp. 10-24. "Haunting Capitalism: Ghosts on a Blackboard," Rethinking Marxism (forthcoming).

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