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Deepening co-operativism

Somerville, Peter (2008) Deepening co-operativism. Journal of Co-operative Studies, 41 (2). pp. 48-49. ISSN 0961-5784

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Abstract

This paper is a response to Ratner (2007). Whilst sympathetic with many points made in that paper, it argues that the concept of deep co-operativism it expounds is problematic in certain respects and is only one of many possible ways forward for the co-operative movement. A number of alternatives to deep co-operativism are presented, such as participatory economics, social ecology and a more orthodox co-operativism. The paper concludes that there are problems with all these approaches but this is not a reason to reject any of them in our search for a genuinely more co-operative society.

Keywords:co-operativism, participatory economics, social ecology, deepening co-operativism
Subjects:L Social studies > L410 UK Social Policy
L Social studies > L400 Social Policy
Divisions:College of Social Science > School of Social & Political Sciences
ID Code:3084
Deposited On:30 Jul 2010 12:20

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