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Title Everyday energy politics in Central Asia and the Caucasus : citizens' needs, entitlements and struggles for access / Edited by David Gullette, Jeanne Féaux de la Croix
Imprint Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2016
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 人文社會聯圖  HD9576.A6835 E94 2016    AVAILABLE    30650020068546
Descript x, 138 pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm
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Series Thirdworlds
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
1. Mr Light and people's everyday energy struggles in Central Asia and the Caucasus: an introduction / David Gullette and Jeanne Féaux de la CroixPART 1 : Energy dystopias.2. The illumination of marginality: how ethnic Hazaras in Bamyan, Afghanistan, perceive the lack of electricity as discrimination / Melissa Kerr Chiovenda ;3. Kyrgyzstan’s dark ages: framing and the 2010 hydroelectric revolution / Amanda E. Wooden ;PART 2: Politics, practices and entitlements.4. Resource dependence and measurement technology: international and domestic influences on energy sector development in Armenia and Georgia / Jason E. Strakes;5. Flows of oil, flows of people: resource-extraction industry, labour market and migration in western Kazakhstan / Philipp Frank Jäger;6. Notes on the moral economy of gas in present-day Azerbaijan / Tristam Barrett;PART 3: Resource consumption and its impacts.7. Switching off or switching source: energy consumption and household response to higher energy prices in the Kyrgyz Republic / Franziska Gassmann and Raquel Tsukada;8. Bottom-up and top-down dynamics of the energy transformation in the Eastern Pamirs of Tajikistan’s Gorno Badakhshan region / Tobias Kraudzun
"The chapters in this book were originally published in Central Asian survey, volume 33, issue 4 (December 2014)"--Page ix
Subject Energy policy -- Asia, Central
Energy policy
Asia, Central
Alt Author Gullette, David, editor
De la Croix, Jeanne Féaux, editor
Vari Title Central Asian survey. Vol. 33, issue 4 (December 2014) 0263-4937
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