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Modernity on a shoestring : dimensions of globalization, consumption and development in Africa and beyond / based on an EIDOS conference held at the Hague, 13-16 March 1997 / edited by Richard Fardon, Wim van Binsbergen and Rijk van Dijk.

By: Fardon, Richard
Contributor(s): Binsbergen, Wim M. J. van | Dijk, Rijk van | European Inter-University Development Opportunities Study Group
Language: English Publisher: Leiden, London : EIDOS, 1999.Description: viii, 422p. : ill., diagrs. ; 24cm.ISBN: 0728603012
Contents:
Contents: Introduction. Globalization, consumption and development / W. van Binsbergen; I, Consumption, development and accountability: north and south. On consuming and being consumed / Gudrun Dahl; The paradox of the competent child and the global childhood agenda / O. Nieuwenhuys; The accountability of commodities in a global market place: Bolivian coca and Tanzanian honey / A. Arce, Eleanor Fisher; The Pentecostal gift: Ghanaian charismatic churches and the moral innocence of the global economy / R. van Dijk; "Progress" as discursive spectacle / David Mills; The experience of globalization: Indian youth and non-consumption / K. Sinha-Kerkehoff; Globalized market culture and market fundamentalism / H. - D. Evers, S. Gerke; II, Identification: consumption and modernity. Christian mind and worldly matters: 19th century Gold Coast / Birgit Meyer; Mary's room: becoming a consumer in Botswana / W. van Binsbergen; Secondhand clothing encounters in Zambia / K. Transberg Hansen; Globalization and the making of consumers: Zambian kitchen parties / Thera Rasing; African corruption in the context of globalization / J. - P. Olivier de Sardan; The woman in the advertisement / R. Srivatsan; Communities of practice, communities of interest: the making of consumers in Thailand / A. Horstmann; III, Identification: globalization and ethnic politics. Market expansion, globalized discourses and changing identity politics in Kenya / Andreas van Nahl; The production of trans-locality: southern Senegal / Ferdinand de Jong; The production of "primitiveness" and identity: Surma-tourist interactions / J. Abbink; Anthropology, identity politics, consumption and development in post-apartheid South Africa / P. McAllister; Rural democratization in Zanzibar / Greg Cameron; The production and consumption of black identity: the AfroVenezuelans / Bart Duysens; Conclusion / R. Fardon.
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Full title of EIDOS conference: "Globalization, development and the making of consumers: what are collective identities for?"

Includes references.

Contents: Introduction. Globalization, consumption and development / W. van Binsbergen; I, Consumption, development and accountability: north and south. On consuming and being consumed / Gudrun Dahl; The paradox of the competent child and the global childhood agenda / O. Nieuwenhuys; The accountability of commodities in a global market place: Bolivian coca and Tanzanian honey / A. Arce, Eleanor Fisher; The Pentecostal gift: Ghanaian charismatic churches and the moral innocence of the global economy / R. van Dijk; "Progress" as discursive spectacle / David Mills; The experience of globalization: Indian youth and non-consumption / K. Sinha-Kerkehoff; Globalized market culture and market fundamentalism / H. - D. Evers, S. Gerke; II, Identification: consumption and modernity. Christian mind and worldly matters: 19th century Gold Coast / Birgit Meyer; Mary's room: becoming a consumer in Botswana / W. van Binsbergen; Secondhand clothing encounters in Zambia / K. Transberg Hansen; Globalization and the making of consumers: Zambian kitchen parties / Thera Rasing; African corruption in the context of globalization / J. - P. Olivier de Sardan; The woman in the advertisement / R. Srivatsan; Communities of practice, communities of interest: the making of consumers in Thailand / A. Horstmann; III, Identification: globalization and ethnic politics. Market expansion, globalized discourses and changing identity politics in Kenya / Andreas van Nahl; The production of trans-locality: southern Senegal / Ferdinand de Jong; The production of "primitiveness" and identity: Surma-tourist interactions / J. Abbink; Anthropology, identity politics, consumption and development in post-apartheid South Africa / P. McAllister; Rural democratization in Zanzibar / Greg Cameron; The production and consumption of black identity: the AfroVenezuelans / Bart Duysens; Conclusion / R. Fardon.