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Making Do. Survival Strategies under Precarity (Parts A and B)

  • Author(s): El-Tayeb, Fatima
  • et al.
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Abstract

This module aims, first, at showing that precarity is not a recent symptom of a crisis of late capitalism (to be potentially solved), but a long-term structural element of the modern capitalist system, securing its survival at the expense of various “disposable populations,” and, second, to point to strategies of resistance to this process of precarization, in particular those strategies that produce translocal and transdisciplinary coalitions.


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