Tag Archives: Gift economy

Imagining a better life

The following question was posted on an email list that I subscribe to arousing my interest and therefore this posting.

What would women be like if we had not become Greer’s “subjugated caste” for thousands of years?

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Filed under books, feminism, history, womens rights

Is the future hyperlocal?

I  look forward to the delivery of my daily newspaper. The thud as the bundle of pages strikes the driveway or lands in the bushes  signals the dawning of a new day. But sadly this comfort will soon be gone. But does this really matter?

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Filed under community news, journalism, local news, media, new media, news, politics