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|Title:||Towards a Theory of Famine Response||Authors:||Khondker, H.H.||Issue Date:||1986||Citation:||Khondker, H.H. (1986). Towards a Theory of Famine Response. Towards a Theory of Famine Response. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Famines & crises of subsistence have always been threats to humankind. Famine response, explicit or implicit, has always been a central social concern, to the extent that every society is equipped with means - both normative & institutional - to deal with crises such as famine. By analyzing cases of response to famines across various societies throughout time, a typology of famine response is developed that should enhance theoretical understanding of the phenomenon. Four types of famine response - reciprocal, redistributive, market, & global society - are presented & linked to the following modes of production respectively: kin-ordered, tributory, early capitalist, & late capitalist.||Source Title:||Towards a Theory of Famine Response||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130468|
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