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Title: Social and solidarity economy practices of women in India: Udupi's fisherwomen
Authors: Haritas, Kaveri
Keywords: Social and Solidarity Economy, fisherwomen, work, women, public policy
Issue Date: 13-Oct-2018
Publisher: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Citation: Haritas, Kaveri (2018). Social and solidarity economy practices of women in India: Udupi's fisherwomen. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Working paper)
Abstract: This working paper summarises the key findings of an international research project on the social and solidarity economy practices of women in India and Latin America. This paper responds to the important concerns of this project drawing from research conducted amongst fisherwomen in Udupi, Karnataka. It examines the forms of solidarity that emerge in a context of caste belongings and the tensions between mutual dependence to protect fish selling from other competitors and competition between each other in the market place.
Description: This document in 18 pages long and is organised in the form of a working paper.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/2192
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