Policy, obligation and justice in Australia's tobacco growing industry
This thesis provides an account of the responses of the tobacco growers of Myrtleford to the closure of the domestic tobacco industry, the growth of an illegal tobacco (known as chop-chop) market and the role that regulatory and policy measures have played in the history of the industry. Within the framework of neoliberalism, Individuals are perceived as having the capability and potential to be self-sufficient and 'enterprising' in creating their capital. In the case of Myrtleford tobacco...[Show more]
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