ROOTING PRODUCTION: LIFE AND LABOUR ON THE SETTLER FARMS OF THE ZIMBABWEAN-­‐SOUTH AFRICAN BORDER

ROOTING PRODUCTION: LIFE AND LABOUR ON THE SETTLER FARMS OF THE ZIMBABWEAN-­‐SOUTH AFRICAN BORDER Abstract This thesis isabout a workforce in the midst of regional economic fragmentation. It is an ethnographic study mercial farm on South Africa’s border with Zimbabwe, where farmer landowners are white Afrikaners, and workers black and overwhelmingly Zimbabwean. Fleeing the hyperinflation and violent state oppression of the ‘Zimbabwean crisis’, farm workers encounter South Africa’s neoliberal restructuring, contraction labourintensive industy
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FINDING SUCCESS AND HEALTH THROUGH GOD: A STUDY OF CULTURAL MODELS AND HEALTH AMONG BRAZILIAN PENTECOSTALS

FINDING SUCCESS AND HEALTH THROUGH GOD: A STUDY OF CULTURAL MODELS AND HEALTH AMONG BRAZILIAN PENTECOSTALS Abstract This dissertation investigates the influence of religious cultural consonance on well-being. In particular,…
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RICH AMONG THE POOR: CHURCH, FIRM, AND HOUSEHOLD AMONG SMALL-SCALE ENTREPRENEURS IN GUATEMALA CITY

RICH AMONG THE POOR: CHURCH, FIRM, AND HOUSEHOLD AMONG SMALL-SCALE ENTREPRENEURS IN GUATEMALA CITY Abstract This is a study of the relations between church, firm, and household among small-scaleentrepreneurs in…
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