Sweaters pp 191-204 | Cite as

A Tentative Model of Workshop-based Production

  • Fiona Wilson
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series


Analysis of the field material when put together with more theoretical discussions led to certain generalisations as to (i) the origins and conditions of industrial growth; (ii) the dynamics and mode of appropriation specific to capitalised workshop production; and (iii) the implications of gendered production. These constituted a framework through which I might abstract from the immediate specificity of Santiago and of western-central region of Mexico. I wish to present these generalisations as a preliminary model which, although derived primarily from a single field enquiry, is capable of being explored further, tested and refined in the light of evidence about ‘informalisation’, capitalised workshops and gendered production coming from other localities.


Social Reproduction Class Inequality Workshop Activity Household Model Workshop Organisation 
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© Fiona Wilson 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Fiona Wilson
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  1. 1.Roskilde University CentreDenmark

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