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050 00 HD9016.T552|bP73 2017 
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100 0  Prapimphan Chiengkul,|eauthor 
245 14 The political economy of the agri-food system in Thailand 
       :|bhegemony, counter-hegemony, and co-optation of 
       oppositions /|cPrapimphan Chiengkul 
264  1 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,
300    x, 216 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series ;|v90 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  An overview of the political economy of the agri-food 
       system in Thailand -- Dynamics of the global capitalist 
       agri-food system -- Hegemony in the agri-food system in 
       Thailand -- Counter-hegemony and co-optation of 
       oppositions in the agri-food system in Thailand -- The 
       sustainable agriculture movement in Thailand -- The land 
       reform movement in Thailand -- Conclusion and reflections 
520    "The mainstream agri-food system in Thailand has been 
       shaped to aid capital accumulation by domestic and 
       transnational hegemonic forces, and is currently sustained
       through hegemonic agri-food production-distribution, 
       governance structures and ideational order. However, 
       sustainable agriculture and land reform movements have to 
       certain extents managed to offer alternatives. This book 
       adopts a neo-Marxist and Gramscian approach to studying 
       the political economy of the agricultural and food system 
       in Thailand (1990-2014). The author argues that hegemonic 
       forces have many measures to co-opt dissent into hegemonic
       structures, and that counter-hegemony should be seen as an
       ongoing process over a long period of time where 
       predominantly counter-hegemonic forces, constrained by 
       political economic structural conditions, may at times 
       retain some hegemonic elements. Contrary to what some 
       academic studies suggest, this book shows that localist-
       inspired social movements in Thailand are not insular and 
       anti-globalisation. Instead, they are selective in 
       fostering collaborations and globalisation based on values
       such as sustainability, fairness and partnership. 
       Providing new perspectives on polarised politics in 
       Thailand, particularly how cross-class alliances can 
       further or frustrate counter-hegemonic movements, the book
       points to the importance of analysing social movements in 
       relation to established political authority"--|cProvided 
       by publisher 
650  0 Agriculture and politics|zThailand 
650  0 Agriculture|xEconomic aspects|zThailand 
650  0 Food industry and trade|xPolitical aspects|zThailand 
650  0 Sustainable agriculture|zThailand 
650  0 Land reform|zThailand 
650  0 Economic development|xPolitical aspects|zThailand 
650  0 Social movements|xPolitical aspects|zThailand 
830  0 Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series ;|v90 
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