Clusters are ways of exploring the database by following the theoretical framing of informal practices as introduced in the Global Encyclopaedia of Informality. Outsiders rarely know or recognise a local practice by its colloquial name. To overcome this problem, we have clustered practices by ‘family resemblance’. We have placed similar entries next to each other so that they feed into each other, add specific detail, but also develop the general themes of ambivalence and complexity. Here we intentionally have not organised material by historical periods, geographical locations or analytical concepts, in order to follow the ‘practical sense’ of informality in clustering the entries.
This category has the following 36 subcategories, out of 36 total.