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Author Shepherd, Christopher (Christopher John), author
Title Development and environmental politics unmasked : authority, participation and equity in East Timor / Christopher Shepherd
Imprint New York : Routledge, 2014
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 CAPAS Library  HC450.5.Z9 S54 2014    AVAILABLE    30620020133590
Descript xvii, 281 page : 1 map ; 25 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Series Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series ; 60
Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series ; 60
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [255]-274) and index
Pacification and coffee (1769-1909) -- Military colonization and agriculture (1910-1945) -- Third World development and the Cold War (1945-1975) -- Development and ethnocide (1975-1999) -- Postcolonial development and governmentality (1999+) -- Volunteering development : technology-driven social idealism -- Market utopias and fragmented communities -- Social engineering : a "farmer first" green revolution -- Conservation, state managerialism and "alternative development."
"Focusing on rural development and environmental conservation, this book brings together the detailed history of development in East Timor under two colonial regimes and under the contemporary conditions of national independence. It focuses on two comparative areas of development and conservation: the politics of development across the three political regimes, and development in independent East Timor across four case studies of interventions delivered by various national or international development agencies. Employing a unique classificatory framework for kinds of approaches to development--coercive orders, mandated orders, negotiated orders--the book looks at the plantation-centred development of Portuguese Timor as a European colony and the integration-oriented development of 'Timor Timur' as Indonesia's 27th province. It examines the neoliberal 'democratic' development of East Timor (or Timor-Leste) in the current context of state and nation-building, before drawing on case studies to examine how development proceeds as a negotiation between the authoritative yearnings of state, non-state and international development actors and the needs of local people to adapt intervention to suit their lived realities"-- Provided by publisher
Subject Economic development -- Environmental aspects -- Timor-Leste -- History
Economic development -- Political aspects -- Timor-Leste -- History
Rural development -- Timor-Leste -- History
Community development -- Timor-Leste -- History
Timor-Leste -- Politics and government
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