Regional subjection and becoming
This paper is motivated by a very current concern which is: how might subjects located in a predominantly single-industry resource region that has devastated by processes of ratiolization and privatization think about new regional economic futures when subjection to the Economy appears to be the most powerful and present determinant of their contemporary identity? In an attempt to provide some answers to this question I juxtapose three different modes of exploration and evidence: discussion of...[Show more]
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