Social Production

Some articles on social production, production:

Social Production Of Habitat
... Social production of habitat is an international term used to convey the process and product arising from the experience of people in a community collectively determining ... Social production is found when people take the initiative to pose solutions to the problems arising from their living conditions ... Partners in social production can be informal groups or local organizations, and/or other actors external to the community, such as NGOs, donors, private sector enterprises, professional associations ...
Anti-Oedipus - Schizoanalysis - Desiring Machines and Social Production
... of desire assumes an exclusive distinction between "production" and "acquisition." This line of thought—which has dominated Western philosophy throughout ... Deleuze and Guattari argue that desire is a positive process of production that produces reality ... On this basis, Deleuze and Guattari develop their notion of desiring-production ...
Slavery In The British And French Caribbean - Women, Social Production, and Slavery in The British Caribbean
... Girls worked on estates from the early age of four ... Occupations for girls between the ages of 12-19 varied from field work, to stock work, to domestic work, to washing (e.g ...

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