1 edition of Revisiting rural places found in the catalog.
Revisiting rural places
Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-334) and index.
|Statement||edited by Jonathan Rigg and Peter Vandergeest|
|Series||Challenges of the agrarian transition in Southeast Asia|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 351 p :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||2012330093|
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In Revisiting Agrarian Transformations, scholars of agrarian change return to sites of their earlier research in Southeast Asia to examine how the rapid pace of change in the countryside is affecting the places, spaces and people that they originally studied, sometimes as long as four decades ago.4/5(1).
At a rich, qualitative level, Revisiting Rural Places provides an invaluable index of and a wealth of insight into both the transformations that have taken place across Southeast Asia over the past several decades and of the present albeit diverse state of affairs in rural places around the region.
Researchers interested in such places will want to read this book closely. Description: In Revisiting Rural Places, scholars return to sites of their earlier research in Southeast Asia to examine how the rapid pace of change in the countryside affected places, spaces and people that they originally studied decades ago.
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