Response or Comment
Eric Schniter and Nathaniel Wilcox comment on Bram Tucker's article, "Do Risk and Time Experimental Choices Represent Individual Strategies for Coping with Poverty or Conformity to Social Norms? Evidence from Rural Southwestern Madagascar", which "revisits a debate played out in Current Anthropology as to whether subsistence decisions are the result of individual strategy to cope with poverty and increase wealth... or conformity to social norms."
Schniter, E., Wilcox, N. 2012. Social norms, discrete choices, and false dichotomies. (commentary on B. Tucker: Do risk and time experimental choices represent individual strategies for coping with poverty or conformity to social norms? Evidence from rural southwestern Madagascar) Current Anthropology 53 (2), 172-173
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This article was originally published in Current Anthropology, volume 53, issue 2, in 2012. DOI: 10.1086/664569