TITLE

LES MOBILISATIONS DISCRÈTES: Affirmation identitaire et choix économique en Pays Basque français

AUTHOR(S)
Itçaina, Xabier
PUB. DATE
January 2006
SOURCE
Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas;Jan-Abr2006, Issue 50, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The social and solidarity-based economy draws on various ideological sources. In the Basque Country, the existence of a cooperative movement on the Spanish side (with the emblematic case of Mondragón since the 1950s), which partially spread to the French side in the 1970-1980, stems from four sources: the cooperative ideology, Catholicism, a strong feeling of Basque identity, and longstanding practices of reciprocical exchanges. To what extent is the cooperative movement a part of recent mobilizations for a solidarity-based economy in the Basque Country? How do cooperatives which have reached a critical size combine the constraints of globalization with the dissemination of cooperative values? When a society represents itself as a community, how is this conception implemented at the point of economic exchange?
ACCESSION #
32778562

 

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