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Cleavage, Connection and Conflict in Rural, Urban and Contemporary Asia
Loại tài liệu: Book
Mã tài liệu: 78914
Mã ngôn ngữ: en
Thông tin xuất bản: Springer
Tình trạng vật lý: 246 p.
Từ khóa: Cleavage, Connection and conflict in rural, urban and contemporary Asia
Danh mục: Nghiên cứu đô thị, Khoa học xã hội và hành vi, Sách
Môn học: (08-TDHKHXHNV-TLTK) Tài liệu tham khảo, (12-KCKLQ-TLTK) Tài liệu tham khảo
Năm xuất bản: 2013
Số sách còn lại: Không giới hạn
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Tóm tắt theo nội dung: Asia, the location of the world's fastest-growing economies, is also home to some of the fastest rates of urbanization humanity has ever seen, a process whose speed renders long-term outcomes highly unpredictable. This volume contrasts with much published work on the rural/urban divide, which has tended to focus on single case studies. It provides empirical perspectives from four Asian countries: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand, and includes a wealth of insights that both critique and expand popular notions of the rural-urban divide. The volume is relevant not just to Asian contexts but to social scientific research on population dynamics more generally. Rather than deploying a single study to chart national trends, three chapters on each country make possible much more complex perspectives. As a result, this volume does more than extend our understanding of the interplay between cities and hinterlands within Asia. It enhances our notions of rural/urban cleavages, connections and conflicts more generally, with data and analysis ready for application to other contexts. Of interest to diverse scholars across the social sciences and Asian studies, this work includes accounts ranging from rural youth real estate entrepreneurs in Hyderabad, India, to social development in Aceh province in Indonesia, devastated by the 2004 tsunami, to the relationship between urban space and commonly held notions of the supernatural in Thailand's northern city of Chiang Mai.
Tóm tắt theo mục lục: INDIA --|tRural, Urban, and Regional: Re-spatializing Capital and Politics in India /|rD. Parthasarathy --|tRural Youths as Real Estate Entrepreneurs in Globalizing Hyderabad /|rAnant Maringanti --|tLivelihoods and Development: Socioeconomic Exclusion in Mumbai's Hinterland /|rStephen John Louw, Parthasarathi Mondal --|tINDONESIA --|tRegional Governance in Decentralizing Indonesia: Learning from the Success of Urban-Rural Cooperation in Metropolitan Yogyakarta /|rDelik Hudalah, Fikri Zulfahmi, Tommy Firman --|tUrban-Rural Connections: Banda Aceh Through Conflict, Tsunami, and Decentralization /|rMichelle Ann Miller, Tim Bunnell --|tUrbanization Without Development: The Cases of Cirebon and Gresik on Java's North Coast /|rRiwanto Tirtosudarmo --|tMALAYSIA --|tSense of Place and the Politics of "Insider-ness" in Villages Undergoing Transition: The Case of City Kampung on Penang Island /|rSuriati Ghazali --|tGender and the Interplay of Rural and Urban: A Malaysian Case /|rMaila Stivens --|tUrban Cosmopolitan Chauvinism and the Politics of Rural Identity /|rEric C. Thompson --|tTHAILAND --|tGendered Nation and Classed Modernity: The Perceptions of Mia Farang (Foreigners' Wives) in Thai Society /|rSunanta Sirijit --|tRedrawing Thai Political Space: The Red Shirt Movement /|rChairat Charoensin-o-larn --|tThe City as Promise and Ruin: The Supernatural and Urban Change in Chiang Mai /|rAndrew Alan Johnson.
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