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On Affective Labor in Post-Fordist Italy
by Andrea Muehlebach
VIOLENCE, JUST IN TIME: War and Work in Contemporary West Africa
by Daniel Hoffman
Dreamwork: Cell Phone Novelists, Labor, and Politics in Contemporary Japan
by Gabriella Lukacs
Love's Labor Paid for: Gift and Commodity at the Threshold of Death
by Ann Julienne Russ
Headhunters & Cannibals: Migrancy, Labor, & Consumption in Mawri Imagination
by Adeline Masquelier
Autconstruction in Working Class Brazil
by James Holston
Does the Working Class Have a Culture in the Anthropological Sense?
by Douglas E. Foley