Agrarian transformations

local processes and the state in Southeast Asia

Publisher: University of California Press in Berkeley, Oxford

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Statementedited by Gillian Hart, Andrew Turton, and Benjamin White, with Brian Fegan and Lim Teck Ghee.
ContributionsHart, Gillian, Turton, Andrew., White, Benjamin.
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 341 p. :
Number of Pages341
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Open LibraryOL23048677M
ISBN 100520078845
OCLC/WorldCa28065959

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Gender, and especially generation, are relatively Agrarian transformations book dimensions in the literature on agrarian and environmental transformations in Southeast Asia.

Drawing on key concepts in gender studies, youth studies and agrarian studies, the chapters mark a significant step towards a gendered and ‘generationed’ analysis of capitalist expansion. Agrarian Transformations: Local Processes and the State in Southeast Asia [Hart, Gillian, Turton, Andrew, White, Benjamin, Fegan, Brian, Ghee, Lim Teck] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The central theme is the interplay between. In the struggle for agrarian transformation, SPP envisions secure access and tenure, ownership and control over productive land, water and natural resources for land based agrarian livelihoods.

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Agrarian Environments questions the dichotomies that have structured earlier analyses of environmental processes in India and offers a new way of looking at the relationship between agrarian transformation and environmental change.

The contributors claim that attempts to explain environmental conflicts in terms of the local versus the global, indigenous versus outsiders, women versus men, or. Renes, J. / Agrarian ational Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 1. editor / R Kitchin ; N Thrift. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. THE AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION C.

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searching agrarian transformations in new areas (Chakravarti in BiharHarriss-White, Mishra and Upadhyay in Arunachal Pradeshor Shah in Jharkhand). A few have inspiringly tried to aggregate the lessons from some of these case studies with general trends (BasuBasole and Dasor Lerche ).

This. This book aims to explore the role of generational relations in the reproduction of agrarian communities in their confrontation with emerging capitalist relations.

Generational dimensions are obviously important in the social reproduction of agrarian communities, and deserving the attention of all those interested in agricultural futures, but. AGRARIAN TRANSFORMATION: POWER AND DOMINANCE IN MARKETS Özgür Bor Atilim University Ankara Turkey, Email:[email protected] Abstract This paper argues that there is a dominancy of globalized capital over agriculture after s and thus, the relations of production have transformed to a more market oriented system.

Critical Agrarian Studies is the new accompanying book series to the Journal of Peasant Studies. It publishes selected special issues of the journal and, occasionally, books that offer major contributions in the field of critical agrarian studies.

This book develops a multi-scalar approach to examine such resistance occurring in relation to agrarian transformations in the Southeast Asian region.

The contributors take a fresh look at the diversity of sites of struggle and the combinations of resistance measures being utilized in contemporary Southeast Asia.

Book: Agrarian transformations: local processes and the state in Southeast Asia pp pp. pages Abstract: This collection collection Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details of 14 essays presents a comparative analysis of agrarian change in the main rice rice Subject Category: Commodities and Products.

Because of its general nature, the best use of the book will likely be as an introductory work. As such, it provides a concise and accurate overview of the most salient aspects of agrarian transformations in Central America although, regrettably, it does little more than reiterate conventional wisdom on the subject.

This. Her current book project, "To make rivers of blood flow": Agrarian Reform, Rural Warfare, and State Expansion in Post-Revolutionary Bolivia,is a regional study of the Valle Alto region of Cochabamba, Bolivia, and examines the role of peasants, the state, and military actors in negotiating rule amidst revolution and agrarian reform.Part of the Horizons in Geography book series (HOGE) Abstract While there was considerable variety in the organisation of rural production in Europe in the pre-industrial era, 1 and though changes took place in different ways and over different periods, it is possible to interpret them in terms of the model of ‘agrarian transformation.About the Book; In the s, Thailand was developing but poor and largely agrarian.

By the s it had become the fastest growing large economy in the world and, in the process, made the transformation from a low-income to a middle-income economy.