Pedagogical working on place : women's economic activism in rural China
Alternative trade, Co-operative credit unions, Collectivism, Counter-history, Cross-border partnership, Transient labour, Women's spaces
Lau Kin Chi traces the development of the first all-women mutual-support credit union in China. Its experiences demonstrate that the places women inhabit are produced in a conflictual economy of forces and tensions, implicated in processes of globalization. The cross-border partnership between the rural women and CSD, a Hong Kong voluntary group, can be pedagogical, treading counter-histories for the making of a new community.
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Lau, K. C. (2002). Pedagogical working on place: Women's economic activism in rural China. Development, 45(1), 84-87. doi: 10.1057/palgrave.development.1110323