Institutional Processes and Practices of Social Production and ReproductionFree
About this Research Line
This line of research focuses on the heterogeneous set of practices, spaces and places where the activities involved in human, social and environmental production and reproduction take shape. In empirical terms, these social processes are investigated in a variety of settings, including labour and welfare systems, consumption, the structures of family life, and imprisonment, to cite only a few examples. In addition, they are scrutinized at the moment they take shape in space, given that they are processes that involve the territory and the environment, or in other words, the milieu where the material and, more generally, ecological underpinnings of social reproduction are created and transformed. These are areas where actors of different kinds interact—individual, interindividual and collective and public or private, with aims that may be market driven or otherwise—and which, as is the case in other fields of research, call for an analysis of complex dynamics that are neither mechanical nor linear.
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