In this Book

NYU Press
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“This outstanding collection not only serves as an accessible introduction to Fair Trade but illuminates the gap between the sunny rhetoric and the actual practice. With ethnographic richness and nuance, the authors complicate our understanding of the market as a means of achieving economic and social justice.”

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. vii-viii
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  1. 1. What’s Fair?: The Paradox of Seeking Justice through Markets
  2. pp. 1-23
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  1. PART I: GLOBAL MARKETS AND LOCAL REALITIES: REGULATING AND EXPANDING FAIR TRADE
  2. pp. 25-27
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  1. 2. Fair Trade and the Specialty Coffee Market: Growing Alliances, Shifting Rivalries
  2. pp. 28-46
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  1. 3. A New World?: Neoliberalism and Fair Trade Farming in the Eastern Caribbean
  2. pp. 47-71
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  1. 4. Fair Flowers: Environmental and Social Labeling in the Global Cut Flower Trade
  2. pp. 72-96
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  1. 5. Colonial Pasts and Fair Trade Futures: Changing Modes of Production and Regulation on Darjeeling Tea Plantations
  2. pp. 97-122
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  1. PART II: NEGOTIATING DIFFERENCE AND IDENTITY IN FAIR TRADE MARKETS
  2. pp. 123-124
  1. 6. A Market of Our Own: Women’s Livelihoods and Fair Trade Markets
  2. pp. 125-146
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  1. 7. Fractured Ties: The Business of Development in Kenyan Fair Trade Tea
  2. pp. 147-175
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  1. 8. Fair Trade Craft Production and Indigenous Economies: Reflections on “Acceptable” Indigeneities
  2. pp. 176-197
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  1. PART III : RELATIONSHIPS AND CONSUMPTION IN FAIR TRADE MARKETS AND ALTERNATIVE ECONOMIES
  2. pp. 199-201
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  1. 9. Fair Money, Fair Trade: Tracing Alternative Consumption in a Local Currency Economy
  2. pp. 202-228
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  1. 10. Relationship Coffees: Structure and Agency in the Fair Trade System
  2. pp. 229-257
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  1. 11. Novica, Navajo Knock-Offs, and the ’Net: A Critique of Fair Trade Marketing Practices
  2. pp. 258-282
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  1. 12. Naming Rights: Ethnographies of Fair Trade
  2. pp. 283-298
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 299-300
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 301-307
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