Taking Southeast Asia to Market: Commodities, Nature, and People in the Neoliberal Age

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Joseph Nevins, Nancy Lee Peluso
Cornell University Press, 2008 - 280 trang
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Recent changes in the global economy and in Southeast Asian national political economies have led to new forms of commodity production and new commodities. Using insights from political economy and commodity studies, the essays in Taking Southeast Asia to Market trace the myriad ways recent alignments among producers, distributors, and consumers are affecting people and nature throughout the region. In case studies ranging from coffee and hardwood products to mushroom pickers and Vietnamese factory workers, the authors detail the Southeast Asian articulations of these processes while also discussing the broader implications of these shifts. Taken together, the cases show how commodities illuminate the convergence of changing social forces in Southeast Asia today, as they transform the terms, practices, and experiences of everyday life and politics in the global economy.


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Commoditization in Southeast Asia
Mobilizing Labor
Whats New with the Old? Scalar Dialectics
Networks of Place Gender
Producing Commodity Producers
A Political
MetaCommoditization on the Mekong River
in a National Park
New Markets New Socionatures New Actors
The Semendo
Selling Biotechnology
New Concepts New Natures? Revisiting Commodity
Commoditization in Southeast Asia
List of Contributors
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Joseph Nevins is Associate Professor of Geography at Vassar College and the author of A Not-So-Distant Horror: Mass Violence in East Timor, also from Cornell, among other books. Nancy Lee Peluso is Professor of Environmental Social Science at the University of California, Berkeley. She is the coeditor of Violent Environments, also from Cornell, and the author of Rich Forests, Poor People: Resource Control and Resistance in Java.

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