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The author introduces us to the main ideas and theses of ecofeminism and compares it to other directions in social ecology. She emphasizes the differences in valuating recognized, productivist labor on one side, and non-recognized, metaindustrial labor of women, peasants, indigenous peoples and similar groups on the other side. The author shows that current paradigms create eco-systemic and embodied debt and calls for redirection into a regenerative and reproductive economy, which is also the focus of ecofeminist thought. The text is a translation of the author's contribution to the Routledge Handbook of Ecological Econmics (Routledge, 2017).


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Issue No. 279 - Environmental Struggles Throught the Prism of Mass Mobilization
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2020 , volume volume 48 , issue issue 279
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