Knock on wood nature as commodity in douglas fir country kathryn morse knock on wood nature as commodity in douglas fir country by scott prudham new york routledge 2004 prudham bases his analysis on karl polanyis and james oconnors theories of nature and labor as fictional commodities in a capitalist economy neither trees nor . Knock on wood vividly brings to light how natures depletion has generated intense battles between a timber industry facing an increasingly competitive international market and environmentalists trying to protect an old growth forest. Scott prudhams knock on wood nature as commodity in douglas fir country nathan f sayre department of geography university of california berkeley ca usa nsayreberkeleyedu knock on wood presents a persuasive analysis of the contradictions between capitalism and nature developed through the case of douglas. Knock on wood nature as commodity in douglas fir country w scott prudham knock on wood explores a region that has in recent years seen more environmental conflict than perhaps anywhere else in the country the old growth forests of the pacific northwest. The stage of commodity capital when consumers realize value through the transformation of commodities into money can also be a major driver for capital nature relations
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