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dc.contributor.authorCunha, Manuela Ivone P. dapor
dc.contributor.editorBrazzabeni, Micolpor
dc.contributor.editorCunha, Manuela Ivone P. dapor
dc.contributor.editorFotta, Martinpor
dc.description.abstract‘Gypsy economy’ is a conceptual fiction as well as a matter of lived experience. First, it heuristically stabilises analytical focus on diverse economic practices of those traditionally labelled by states majorities as ‘Gypsies’ (Roma, Sinti, Travellers, peoples that identify as Gypsies, and so on). Second, it is a condensed image that makes visible recent changes in the relationship between the society, the state and the market. Ethnographic studies of Romani communities that have experienced marginalisation in relation to the dominant work ethics, informal employment and precarity for generations, but who nevertheless face their situation with self-determination and creativity that they find meaningful, therefore promises to add to the ways of thinking about human economy under the latest capitalism.por
dc.publisherBerghahn Bookspor
dc.subjectGypsy economypor
dc.subjectRomanies (romani people)por
dc.subjectNiche economypor
dc.titleIntroduction: Gypsy economyeng
oaire.citationTitleGypsy economy: romani livelihoods and notions of worth in the 21st centurypor
dc.subject.fosCiências Sociais::Sociologiapor
sdum.bookTitleGypsy economy: romani livelihoods and notions of worth in the 21st centurypor
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