Development & Change
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|Cecile Jackson||Modernity and Matrifocality: The Feminization of Kinship?|
|Paul Stacey||Political Structure and the Limits of Recognition and Representation in Ghana|
|Julie A. Silva and Nicole Motzer||Hybrid Uptakes of Neoliberal Conservation in Namibian Tourism-based Development|
|Shareen Hertel||Hungry for Justice: Social Mobilization on the Right to Food in India|
|Youyenn Teo||Interrogating the Limits of Welfare Reforms in Singapore|
|Simon Pahle||Bringing Workers’ Rights Back In? Propositions towards a Labour–Trade Linkage for the Global South|
|Paul Shaffer||Two Concepts of Causation: Implications for Poverty|
|Pauline E. Peters||Analysing Land Law Reform|
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