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Title Southeast Asia and the civil society gaze : scoping a contested concept in Cambodia and Vietnam / [edited by] Gabi Waibel, Judith Ehlert and Hart Feuer
Imprint London : Routledge, 2014
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 CAPAS Library  HN700.3.A8 S68 2014    AVAILABLE    30620020135330
Descript xxi, 287 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
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Series Routledge studies on civil society in Asia ; 3
Routledge studies on civil society in Asia ; 3
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
"As developing countries with recent histories of isolation and extreme poverty, followed by restoration and reform, both Cambodia and Vietnam have seen new opportunities and demands for non-state actors to engage in and manage the effects of rapid socio-economic transformation. This book examines how in both countries, civil society actors and the state manage their relationship to one another in an environment that is continuously shaped and (re)constructed by changing legislation, collaboration and negotiation, advocacy and protest, and social control. Further, it explores the countries' divergent experiences whilst also uncovering the underlying basis and drivers of civil society activity that are shared by Cambodia and Vietnam. Crucially, this book engages with the contested nature of what civil society is and means, by looking at contemporary discourses and manifestations of civil society in the two countries, national-level NGOs and agencies, and translocal networks that operate in a variety of sectors, such as gender, the environment and health"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Civil society -- Cambodia
Civil society -- Vietnam
Non-governmental organizations -- Cambodia
Non-governmental organizations -- Vietnam
Social change -- Cambodia
Social change -- Vietnam
Alt Author Waibel, Gabi, editor of compilation
Ehlert, Judith, editor of compilation
Feuer, Hart, 1983- editor of compilation
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