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by Ray Abrahams

  • ISBN: 0521026458
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Ray Abrahams
  • Subcategory: Economics
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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A Place of their Own - by Ray Abrahams August 1991. A Place of their Own. Family Farming in Eastern Finland. Ray Abrahams.

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For example, persons threatened with the loss of the family farm may find their anguish eased a bit if they can find a place to put the blame. This publication looks at how and why people blame each other, with emphasis on the current farm financial crisis. We will discover how.

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Subjects treated include marriage and the family, work and mechanization, succession to farms, and the paradoxical combination of fierce individualism and cooperation

Publisher: Cambridge University Press.

Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Subjects treated include marriage and the family, work and mechanization, succession to farms, and the paradoxical combination of fierce individualism and cooperation.

Abrahams, Ray. A Place of Their Own: Family Farming in Eastern Finland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. xi + 205 pp. including photographs, charts, bibliography, and index. Publication Date: 1994. Social change and the persistence of identity in contemporary France more. Publication Date: 1992.

By implying that actors are not conscious of the effect of structures on their own social reproduction, this conceptualization implicitly gives power to Bourdieu's own analysis as an ological observer. Finally, "structures" are not observed phenomena, but their outlines are discerned from behaviors (practices) and statistics (so may appear different at different scales of observation).

Based on field research in eastern Finland not far from the Russian border, this book is an account of the main features of rural society in the area. It pays detailed attention to the adaptability of farming families in a rapidly changing world. Subjects treated include marriage and the family, work and mechanization, succession to farms, and the paradoxical combination of fierce individualism and cooperation. Two major themes of the book are the relation between law and custom, which is not always what it seems on the surface, and the complex interlocking of farm, family, and the wider society.

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