Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-306) and index.
The Politics of Reputation: Toward an Anthropology of the Personal -- Pt. I. Emancipation, Interregnum, and Rural Crisis. Ch. 1. The Roots of Ambivalence: Peasant Labor Migration as a Threat to Village Security -- Pt. II. In Defense of Peasant Patriarchalism: Institutional Responses to Peasant Labor Migration. Ch. 2. Autocratic Authority and the Peasant "Little Community": State Agents, Village Officials, and Community Opinion. Ch. 3. The Social Control of Peasant Labor: The Alliance of Family and Community. Ch. 4. The Sociology of Class: Peasant Communes and Market Brokers. Ch. 5. The Logic of Solidarity: Migrants and Villagers -- Pt. III. Legacies: Otkhod and Russian Popular Culture. Ch. 6. A Culture of Acquisition: The Genesis of Mass Consumer Culture in Rural Russia. Ch. 7. A Culture of Denunciation: Patterns of Religious Anathematization in Rural Russia.