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Market Cultures: Society and Morality in the New Asian Capitalisms
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[EAN: 9780813333601], [PU: Westview Press], History|Asia|General, Business & Economics|Economic Conditions, Business & Economics|Economics|General, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Market Cultures examines the spectacular growth of capitalist enterprise among overseas Chinese & Southeast Asians. It does so, not through formal models, but by way of the varied cultures & organizations in which Asian capitalism is embedded. Eschewing talk of a uniform Asian "miracle," the book shows that there existed complex precedents for & against market capitalism in East & Southeast Asia, precedents that reflected subcultural heritages of religion, ethnicity, gender, & class. The case studies illuminate a cultural variety unacknowledged in most analyses of modern capitalism but vitally important for anyone wishing to understand one of the great economic transformations of our time. Contents: Introduction: Society & Morality in the New Asian Capitalism, Robert W. Hefner. CHINESE CAPITALISMS & CULTURAL PLURALISM. Culture & Organization in Taiwan's Market Economy, Gary G. Hamilton. Divided Market Cultures in China: Gender, Enterprise, & Religion, Robert P. Weller. Getting Rich Is Not So Glorious: Contrasting Perspectives on Prosperity Among Muslims & Han in China, Dru C. Gladney. INDIGENES & CHINESE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA. Business Success Among the Southeast Asian Chinese: The Role of Culture, Values, & Social Structures, Jamie Mackie. Constituting Capitalist Culture: The Singapore Malay Problem & Entrepreneurship Reconsidered, Tania Murray Li. The "Great Transformation" Among Negeri Sembilan Malays, with Particular Reference to Chinese & Minangkabau, Michael G. Peletz. SOUTHEAST ASIAN CAPITALISMS. Women Traders in Javanese Marketplaces: Ethnicity, Gender, & the Entrepreneurial Spirit, Jennifer Alexander. Markets & Justice for Muslim Indonesians, R. W. Hefner. Contingent Moralities: Social & Economic Investment in a Philippine Fishing Town, David L. Szanton. State Stigma, Family Prestige, & the Development of Commerce in the Red River Delta of Vietnam, Shaun Kingsley Malarney. Engendered Entrepreneurship: Ideologies & Political-Economic Transformation in a Northern Vietnamese Center of Ceramics Production, Hy van Luong.

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One of the most remarkable developments of our time has been the spectacular growth of capitalist enterprise among overseas Chinese and Southeast Asians. Market Cultures examines this event, not in terms of formal models and faceless abstractions, but in light of the institutions through which local people give meaning and moral value to business enterprise. The chapters show that some Chinese. One of the most remarkable developments of our time has been the spectacular growth of capitalist enterprise among overseas Chinese and Southeast Asians. Market Cultures examines this event, not in terms of formal models and faceless abstractions, but in light of the institutions through which local people give meaning and moral value to business enterprise. The chapters show that some Chinese and Southeast Asians have welcomed new forms of enterprise and consumption, but others regard both with strong ethical reservations. Eschewing talk of a uniform Asian "miracle," this volume argues that Chinese and Southeast Asian societies had cultural precedents for and against market capitalism, reflecting subcultural heritages of religion, ethnicity, gender, and class. The case studies illustrate the deeply embedded nature of market institutions and reveal a moral and organizational variety unacknowledged in most analysis of modern capitalism. Rather than a unitary Confucian perspective on capitalism, contributors show that modern Chinese tradition has been interpreted in strikingly different ways by men and women, elites and masses, the wealthy and the poor. Avoiding stereotypes of "Asian values," the volume's essays on Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore portray local worlds deeply-but differentially-engaged with market capitalism. Addressing one of the great social transformations of our time, Market Cultures will be of interest to anthropologists, sociologists, political economists, and students of Asian history and culture, as well as those concerned with the economic ascent of modern Asia and its implications for our world. Books, Society and Social Sciences~~Society & Culture General~~Cultural Studies, Market Cultures~~Book~~9780813333601, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Westview Press]

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Market Cultures: Precedents and Conflicts in the Chinese and Southeast Asian Economic Miracle
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Robert Hefner

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Market Cultures: Precedents and Conflicts in the Chinese and Southeast Asian Economic Miracle

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0813333601

MARKET CULTURES examines the spectacular growth of capitalist enterprise among overseas Chinese and Southeast Asians. Case studies illuminate a cultural variety unacknowledged in most analyses of modern capitalism, but vitally important for anyone wishing to understand one of the great economic transformations of our time.

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Publishing year: 1997
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336 Pages
Weight: 0,449 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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