Care-full Community Economies (2018)
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EditorsHarcourt WBauhardt C
In this era of human-induced environmental crisis, it is widely recognized that we need to foster better ways to sustain life for people and planet. For us – and other scholars drawing on the Community Economies tradition – better worlds begin in recognising the diverse and interconnected ways human communities secure our livelihoods. Community Economies scholarship is a body of theory that evolved from the writings of geographers J.K. Gibson Graham, which, for more than thirty years, has inspired others (including the three of us) to rethink economy as a space of political possibility.
CitationDombroski KF,Healy S,McKinnon KI (2018). Care-full Community Economies. In Harcourt W, Bauhardt C (Ed.), Feminist Political Ecology and Economies of Care.London: Routledge.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research38 - Economics::3899 - Other economics::389902 - Ecological economics
16 - Studies in Human Society::1604 - Human Geography::160403 - Social and Cultural Geography
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