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This section of the book Money and Violence: Financial Self-Help Groups in a South African Township contains a list of reference books and material. In the book the author approaches financial mutuals as a social configuration. This allows a study of what has changed for the majority of Africans in a liberated post apartheid South Africa, particularly regarding solidarity, trust, and consumption. Financial mutuals were particularly useful for acquiring an insight into the hopes and dreams, as well as the worries and anxieties, of poor Africans because these primarily have to do with money.

Keywords: financial mutuals; South African township



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