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TRANSFORMING THE INDONESIAN UPLANDS
TANIA MURRAY LI
Written in English
MUNICH – As the COVID pandemic escalates, the risks inherent in global supply chains are more apparent than ever. Rather than await a return to business as usual, with manufacturing activities concentrated in countries where labor is cheap and plentiful, advanced-economy companies are shifting their focus to the lowest-wage workers of all: :// Indonesia is the world's largest producer of logs from tropical rainforests. The logs are primarily used in the plywood industry, which grew from virtually nothing in to become, within a decade, first, the greatest producer of tropical plywood, then the greatest exporter of all plywood, and finally, large enough to dominate all wood-panel ://
Transforming the Indonesian Uplands: Marginality, Power and Production. Amsterdam: Harwood, ppxiii-xxiv; Li, T. Constituting Capitalist Culture: The Singapore Malay Problem and Entrepreneurship Reconsidered. In Robert Hefner (Ed.) Market Cultures: Society and Morality in the New Asian Capitalisms. Westview Press. Pp. publications pdf. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the ://
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** GST is applicable only for Singapore :// This book aims to examine and re-assess the transformations occurring in the Indonesian uplands. The goal in doing so is, first and foremost, to draw attention to an area of Indonesia undergoing far-reaching political, economic, and social change, but about which there has been, thus far, very little synthetic and comparative :// Transforming the Indonesian Uplands Résumé Drawing upon current theoretical debates in social anthropology, development studies and political ecology, and presenting original research from across the Archipelago, this book addresses the changing histories and identities of upland people as they relate in new ways to the natural resource base Transforming the Indonesian uplands: marginality, power and production edited by Tania Murray Li （Studies in environmental anthropology / edited by Roy Ellen, v.
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por Tania Li. Studies in Environmental Anthropology ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla › Inicio › eBooks. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Marginality, power and production / Tania Murray Li --Maize and tobacco in upland Indonesia, / Peter Boomgaard --Culturalising the Indonesian uplands / Joel S.
Kahn --"It's not economical" / Albert Schrauwers --Forest knowledge, forest transformation / Roy ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm. Contents: Marginality, power and production / Tania Murray Li --Maize and tobacco in upland Indonesia, / Peter Boomgaard --Culturalising the Indonesian uplands / Joel S.
Kahn --"It's not economical" / Albert Schrauwers --Forest knowledge, The book challenges complacent, modernization narratives promoted by development agencies that assume inefficient farmers who lose out in the shift to high-value export crops can find jobs elsewhere.
Decades of uneven and often jobless growth in Indonesia meant that for newly landless highlanders, land's end was a dead › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
Is part of Book Title Transforming the Indonesian uplands: marginality, power and production Author(s) Li, Tania Date Publisher Harwood Academic Publishers Pub place Amsterdam Volume Studies in environmental anthropology ISBN She is the author of The Will to Improve: Governmentality, Development, and the Practice of Politics, also published by Duke University Press; coauthor of Powers of Exclusion: Land Dilemmas in Southeast Asia; and editor of Transforming the Indonesian “The Will to Improve is an exceptionally valuable and well-conceived book.
It speaks to some of the most significant theoretical discussions of recent years, effectively linking studies of ‘governmentality,’ debates about neoliberalism, and the increasingly rich literature on the social history of colonialism.”.
Praise “Despite the depressing story that it has to tell, Land’s End is a real pleasure to read, a tour de force without a trace of bombast, a model of ethnographic writing for new generations of students and agrarian researchers to follow.” — Ben White, Development and Change “Every so often we have the privilege of reading a book that, like Tania Li’s Land’s End, radically The kids were enjoying the features the Book Creator app provides especially through the comic layouts.
They found it to be a user friendly tool. I really liked how the comic panels turned out which lead me to think about the kids creating #BookSnaps and being able to collect them all in one ://The Will to Improve is a remarkable account of development in action. Focusing on attempts to improve landscapes and livelihoods in Indonesia, Tania Murray Li carefully exposes the practices that enable experts to diagnose problems and devise interventions, and the agency of people whose conduct is targeted for ://