Mingas, Markets and Modernization: An Examination of the Effects of Market Orientation on the Traditional Labor Form in an Andean Community
Sanchez, Monica C.
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The fieldwork for this project was completed during an 11 week period in the fall of 1996. During this time I lived with an indigenous family in the community of Peguche and participated with the neighboring community of lluman in their mingas for a potable water project. In the course of this research, I utilized several methods to obtain my data. Among the methods used were formal and informal interviews, fieldnotes and participant observation. I further supplemented these by taking photographs with a 35mm camera, recording interviews with a mini-cassette recorder and typing notes into a laptop computer in the field.
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