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Thus, classical Marxism has a definite conception of the necessary structure of society. A society is conceived as a social formation, an articulated structure of three interdependent levels, dominated by the structure of a particular mode of production consisting of an economic, a political-legal and a cultural level. e. economic) always plays a primary role, that of 'determination in the last instance'. , 1977, p. 174) The economy itself is structured by a definite combination of relations and forces of production.
Household income is composed of these many elements due to the sheer necessity of cultivating every possible survival option; and the organisation of production is constantly changed in order to secure an adequate income. Thus it is that fishermen and small farmers frequently participate in the labour market (outside of their immediate occupation) on a part-time or seasonal basis, reduce household expenditure through subsistence production and involve themselves in reciprocal exchange networks with other households.
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Beyond the New Economic Anthropology by John Clammer