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Give a man a fish : reflections on the new politics of distribution / James Ferguson.

By: Ferguson, James, 1959-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HC800.Z9P82 F47 2015Series: Lewis Henry Morgan lectures: 2009.Publication: Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2015Description: xv, 264 p.ISBN: 9780822358862 (pbk.) ; 0822358867 (pbk.); 9780822358954 (hardcover) ; 0822358956 (hardcover) .Subject(s): Economic assistance, Domestic -- Africa | Public welfare -- Africa | Neoliberalism -- Africa | Capitalism | Poverty -- Africa | Africa -- Economic policy | Africa -- Social policy
Contents:
Cash transfers and the new Welfare States: from Neoliberalism to the politics of distribution -- Give a man a fish: from patriarchal productionism to the revalorization of distribution -- What comes after the social? Historicizing the future of social protection in Africa -- Distributed livelihoods: dependence and the labor of distribution in the lives of the Southern African poor (and not-so-poor) -- The social life of cash payments: money, markets, and the mutualities of poverty -- Declarations of dependence: labor, personhood, and welfare in Southern Africa -- A rightful share: distribution beyond gift and market -- What next for distributive politics?
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [237]-257) and index.

Cash transfers and the new Welfare States: from Neoliberalism to the politics of distribution -- Give a man a fish: from patriarchal productionism to the revalorization of distribution -- What comes after the social? Historicizing the future of social protection in Africa -- Distributed livelihoods: dependence and the labor of distribution in the lives of the Southern African poor (and not-so-poor) -- The social life of cash payments: money, markets, and the mutualities of poverty -- Declarations of dependence: labor, personhood, and welfare in Southern Africa -- A rightful share: distribution beyond gift and market -- What next for distributive politics?

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