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by Neil Price

Category: Economics
Subcategory: Business and Work
Author: Neil Price
ISBN: 0333474600
ISBN13: 978-0333474600
Language: English
Publisher: Humanity Press/prometheus Bk; First Edition edition (December 9, 1988)
Pages: 288
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These studies explore David Dabydeen's concern with the plurality of Caribbean experience, with its African, Indian, Amerindian and European roots; the dislocation of slavery and indenture; migration and the consequent divisions in the Caribbean psyche.

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An ethnographic study of a small lower-class Afro-Caribbean island community. Recent declines in wage labour opportunities in the region have forced a return to customary work activities: the household and community becoming significant fall-back systems within the local economy and social structure. The temporary and long-term shifting of children between lower class households, matrifocality (mother-centred households) and communal and precapitalist production represent flexible and adaptable responses to impoverishment and become effective survival strategies. The values and norms associated with these practices represent a distinctive and authentic Afro-Caribbean lower-class culture which is uncovered and analyzed in detail.
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