Stealing shining rivers : agrarian conflict, market logic, and conservation in a Mexican forest

Doane, Molly, 1966-

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  • Creator Molly Doane
  • Format Books
  • Publication Tucson : University of Arizona Press, [2012] ©2012
  • Physical Details
    • xviii, 203 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
  • ISBNs 9780816505920, 0816505926
  • OCLC ocn788243117

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-196) and index.

Contents

  • Timeline of Important Events -- Introduction: Practicing Political Ecology in Chimalapas -- Section I. Time, Space, Politics -- Shining Rivers : Chimalapas in Time and Space -- Megaprojects in Mexico's South : Liberal Shadows in a Global Era -- Section II. The Emergence of the Environment -- Wild Places : The Production of Nature and the Environment -- Imagining Chimalapas : Leadership, Legitimacy, and Representation -- The Long-Distance Jaguar : Creating an Ecological Community in Chimalapas -- Section III. The Politics of the Environment -- Decentralized Authoritarianism : Political Control in Chimalapas -- Please, No Politics : The Institutional Isolation of Maderas and the New Government Role -- Conclusion: Decentralized Authoritarianism and Accumulation by Conservation in Chimalapas -- Appendix A: List of Participants -- Appendix B: Institutional Funding for Maderas del Pueblo between 1991 and 2000 -- Appendix C: Government Agencies in Chimalapas, 1995-2000 -- Appendix D: WWF Funding Lines, 1997-2000 -- Appendix E: Institutional Presence in Chimalapas, 2003-2008
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