2 edition of Upland transformations in Vietnam found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Thomas Sikor ... [et al.].|
|Series||Challenges of the agrarian transition in Southeast Asia|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||2011315466|
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Upland Transformations in Vietnam considers the effects of economic development, authority formation and landscape change on the country's "uplands". By positioning the uplands as an integral part of political, economic and cultural processes at the national and international levels, the book shatters stereotypes of upland regions as a separate Cited by: 4.
Book Description: Upland Transformations in Vietnamconsiders the effects of economic development, authority formation and landscape change on the country's "uplands".By positioning the uplands as an integral part of political, economic and cultural processes at the national Upland transformations in Vietnam book international levels, the book shatters stereotypes of the upland regions as a separate ethnic and biophysical realm.
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This book edited by Thomas Sikor and his colleagues originated from a workshop held in Hanoi in on the theme: 'Montane choices and outcomes: Contemporary transformations of Vietnam's uplands'.
The contributors' main goal was to go beyond the general scholarly assumptions that 'natural differences [exist] between uplands and lowlands' (p. Upland Transformations in Vietnam considers the effects of economic development, authority formation and landscape change on the country's "uplands".
By positioning the uplands as an integral part of political, economic and cultural processes at the national and international levels, the book shatters stereotypes of the upland regions as a separate ethnic and biophysical realm, and calls into.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Upland transformations in Vietnam. Singapore: NUS Press, (DLC) Upland Transformations in Vietnam lowlands (through district towns) to upland villages.
These cooperatives also collected forest products and handicrafts from mountain villages to transport to the lowlands. The cooperatives were organized in a vertical system that operated from provincial to district to commune level.
TheCited by: 4. BOOK REVIEW. Upland Transformations in Vietnam by Sikor, Upland transformations in Vietnam book, Tuyến, Nghiêm Phương, Sowerwine, Jennifer and Romm, Jeff (eds).
NUS Press, Singapore,pages (ISBN: ‐‐69‐‐9) (pbk). Minorities at Large: New Approaches to Minority Ethnicity in Vietnam by Taylor, Philip (ed). Institute Cited by: 2. Upland Transformations in Vietnam Thomas Sikor.
About the Author. Jeff Romm is Professor of Resource Policy in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at the University of California, Berkeley. Free E-book Of The Month. Randall Jarrell. Pictures from an Institution. Get it. Sikor, T., Nghiem, P.T., Sowerwine, J.
and Romm, J., eds. () Upland transformations in Vietnam. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore. ISBN Upland Transformations in Vietnam that practitioners don't read scholarly work, or that nothing has changed. Rather, it is an indication that myths continue to be woven into new assemblages.
Circafor example, in both Indonesia and Vietnam, a UN and Author: Tania M. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Upland Transformations in Vietnam, (with Sikor, T.
Truong, and J. Sowerwine) National University of Singapore Press; Progress 01/01/11 to 12/31/11 Outputs OUTPUTS: The book, Upland Transformations in Vietnam, was published by the University of Singapore Press and is forthcoming from the University of Hawaii Press.
A Vietnamese edition. Upland Natural Resources and Social Ecological Systems in Northern Vietnam, Volume 2, goes beyond just Northern Vietnam to address the issue of transboundary natural resource management—an issue that Vietnam is dealing with in its relations with northern neighbor, China, and western neighbor, Laos—as well as the transboundary water.
The Paperback of the Central Banking as State Building: Policymakers and Their Nationalism in the Philippines, by Yusuke Takagi at Barnes & Central Banking as State Building: Policymakers and Their Nationalism in the Philippines, upland transformations in vietnam.
Explore More : Yusuke Takagi. When travelling across Houaphan province in upland north-eastern Laos inI took with me a copy of James Scott’s () Art of Not Being Governed.
This thought-provoking book offered fresh perspectives to exploring this ‘Zomian’ landscape and its ethnolinguistically diverse population. Indeed a historical frontier zone of refuge and opportunity, Houaphan’s forested mountains. In book: The Political Economy of Rural Livelihoods in Transition Economies: Land, Peasants and Rural Poverty in Transition, Chapter: Agrarian Transformations in Vietnam: Land Reform, Markets, and Author: Steffanie Scott.
The first chapter, by Peter Vandergeest and Jonathan Rigg, discusses the “restudy” framework of the book. As the chapter points out, re-studies are less common than one might expect. The chapter’s authors also note the problem of attempting comparative re-studies by field researchers who inevitably take idiosyncratic approaches to their.
Vietnam Upland transformations in Vietnam Edited by THOMAS sikor, nghiem phuong tuyen, JENNIFER sowerwine and JEFF ROMM Singapore: National University of Singapore Press. Illustrations, Bibliography, Index, doi: 1 0. 10 1 7/S 14 This book edited by Thomas Sikor and his colleagues originated from.
Vietnam and the Transformation of American Life designates the aspects of the Vietnam War as well as the political and social movements of the American people during the 's.
Buzzanco's main thesis that he is trying to convey is divided into two parts, the Vietnam War and the issues of the ' by: 9. The Vietnam War, which dominated American life during the s, helped to create, radicalize, and alter social and political life in the US.
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doi: /S The defining themes of politics in Southeast Asia. Eight writers recommend classics and modern classics from Vietnam and the diaspora that touch on colonization, wars, and life after war—all told through the Vietnamese kaleidoscope. Vietnam’s two wars in the past century often make it hard to look beyond warfare, and truly understand.
A Vietnam veteran, psychologist Egendorf conducted early "rap" sessions for returning vets. In this hope-filled book, he describes the stages of healing that have allowed many Vietnam vets to overcome the pains of war and resume normal by: upland areas in and beyond north-w estern Vietnam, more interdisciplinary research is needed on land use options that are economically attracti ve - and thus competitive with maize – while.
Senior Book Prize, American Ethnological Association (for Land's End). Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Canada Research Chair, Tier One, renewed High Commendation, Singapore National Book Council (Malays in Singapore).
Introduction. One of the most obvious and significant changes to take place in Vietnam since the onset of doi moi is the landscape-level modifications that are taking place in all regions of Vietnam. In the north, these changes are taking place in lowland and delta areas and across the midland and upland hinterlands of Hanoi and farther afield in the rural areas of the by: 1.
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Sikor, Thomas () Property and states in Vietnam and beyond. In: Property, state and society in Vietnam. Routledge, London, pp. Sikor, Thomas () Land Allocations in Vietnam’s Uplands: Negotiating Property and Authority. In: Upland Transformations in Vietnam. National University of Singapore Press, pp.
Coffee is considered a boom crop in Southeast Asia. However, while it bears typical boom crop characteristics in many places where it has been grown, in other places it has contributed to agrarian transformation. This paper examines the context of coffee development in the Northwestern Mountain Region of Vietnam and describes how smallholder coffee growing has triggered an agricultural Author: Tuyen Nghiem, Yasuyuki Kono, Stephen J.
Leisz. Winkels, A. Stretched livelihoods – The social and economic connections between the Red River Delta and the central highlands.
In T. Sikor, P. Nghiem, J. Sowerwine, & J. Romm (Eds.), Upland transformations: Opening boundaries in Vietnam. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
Google ScholarAuthor: Richard Friend, Pakamas Thinphanga. In Vietnam, property has always been a central preoccupation of rulers, their agents and ordinary people during critical periods of state-making, whether in the fifteenth century under the new Le dynasty, in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries under French rule, in the s and s in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, or since the.
This book is divided into sections based on regions in Vietnam, so there's a section on Ho Chi Minh, Hoi An, Hanoi and many other places from North through to South Vietnam. Every section has starts with the various bits of information about the specific place in Vietnam /5(76).
Rapid Class Differentiation in Upland Sulawesi. In Jonathan Rigg and Peter Vandergeest (Eds) Revisiting Rural Places: Pathways to Poverty and Prosperity in Southeast Asia. National University of Singapore Press/University of Hawaii Press, pp Li, T. Postscript: Towards a Conjunctural Analysis.
Upland Transformations in Vietnam. : Tania M. Turner, Sarah Challenges and dilemmas: fieldwork with upland minorities in socialist Vietnam, Laos and southwest Pacific Viewpoint, Vol. 51, Issue. 2 Cited by: This book is designed as a comprehensive comparative introduction to ethnicity in East and Southeast Asia since Each chapter covers a particular country looking at such core issues as: the ethnic minorities or groups in the country of concern, how many ethnic groups, population, language and culture group they belong to, traditional religions and arts government policy towards the.
Divided into two sections, Vietnam and the Transformation of American Life begins with a history of the emergence of Ho Chi Minh and the Vietnamese nationalist movement and explains why the United States intervened in Vietnam despite pessimism over American military prospects there/5(19).
Extract | 23 → 3. Land titling policy and soil conservation practices in the northern Uplands of Vietnam13 Abstract In Vietnam, a quasi-private property regime has been established in with the issuance of exchangeable and mortgageable long-term land use right certificates.
Using primary qualitative and quantitative data collected in a mountainous district of Northern Vietnam, this paper. Vietnam and Beyond is a collection of wartime letters written home by Jim Markson from March to March along with added reflections decades later. After his tour of duty, he is told to find his place back home, yet he closes his eyes and sees a different world and life that he left behind, a life that was surreal in the setting of war, a life of which people cannot even begin to imagine.The Mekong Land Research Forum seeks to bring research and policy a bit closer together.
It does this in part by making the research more accessible and in part by helping to distill the key messages and points of debate so that information overload does not overwhelm policy makers and other advocates for progressive policy reform.Senior Book Prize, American Ethnological Association (for Land's End).
Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Canada Research Chair, Tier One, renewed High Commendation, Singapore National Book Council (Malays in Singapore). VISITING APPOINTMENTS.