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TitleSoutheast Asia today : development paradigms, reflexive engagements : Proceedings of an alumni conference of the graduate Degree program for Southeast Asian Development practitioners held on 2-4 April 2008 at the Ateneo de Manila University
Author edited by Angela Desiree M. Aguirre, Emanule C. de Guzman & Jon Michael R. Villasenor
Imprint Manila : Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Institute of Philippine Culture, 2008
Descript x, 299 p. : ill. ; 26 cm

CONTENT

Local governance as key to conserving forests and improving livelihoods of upland communities in Sarangani Province, Philippines / Mark Anthony M. Ramirez with Oliver O. Agoncillo -- Farmers' network organization: Thailand's SilkNet experience / Tidarat Tiyajamorn -- Role of social capital and other socioeconomic variables in ascertaning conservation attitude toward Cat Tien National Park in Vietnam: a causal analysis / Nguyen Ngoc Thuy -- Establishing socail capital among urban poor communities: challenges and lessons learned / Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu -- Social capital formation in decentralized environmental governance: landcare experience in the Philippines / Ma. Noelyn S. Dano -- Power of youths in solving their problems: cases from Thailand / Wichaya (Wanpen) Komin -- Toward sustainable agricutural development: lessons from project on sustainable development of irrigated agriculture in Bali Province / Gede Sedana -- How can funding assistance be delivered to small farmers? -- Rudi Febriamansyah -- Chronicle of irrigation development and management in Indonesia: ex-post consensus for farmers' prosperity / Endry Martius -- Relocation of low-income Urban residents to a high-rise building in palembang city / Syaifudin Zakir -- Detrimental health care system: private practitioners and the urban poor in Jogjakarta / Retna Siwi Padmawati -- Recent challenges for participatory natural resource management in irrigation and forestry sectors in Indonesia / Yonariza -- Can decentralization and devolution of forest management foster relationship between state and local communities in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand / Yuli Nugroho -- A conflict analysis of Rapu-Rapu mining issues / Menando S. Abanes -- Mobilizing civil society organizations, community leaders, legislators, and the media in promoting indigenous women's reproductive rights / Roy A. Dimayuga -- Dysfunctional market-based vegetable production and marketing practices in the Red River Delta of Vietnam / Pham Van Hoi -- Thai state and health services for migrant laborers from Myanmar / Kwanchewan Buadaeng -- Why do ethnic people in Vietnam's central highland continue to raise their voices? / Pham Quang Hoa -- Regional modernity: story and practice of development in West Kalimantan / Yanuar Sumarlan -- Civil society action for socioeconomic inclusion in natural resource management: the CASI program of CARE International, Vietnam / Pham Thuy Hang -- Soreang women: A portrait of a gendered world? / Rimbo Gunawan -- Reproductive health aid for displaced women in postviolent conflict / Basilica Dyah Putranti and Yustinus Tri Subagya -- Climate Change, food security, and human rights: women's respons for empowerment and sustainable development / Lourdes G. dela Torre -- Tourism in Bali: reflections on the island's development / Ni Watan Sardani -- Rediscovering Local food traditions: a strategy for human promotion, poverty alleviation, and ecological conservation / Teresita Artiaga-Elegado -- Narratives of transnational migrant intimacy: desire, sexuality, and masculinty among Thai construction workers in Singapore / Pattana Kitiarsa


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Social Research Institute Library301.0959 P963S 2008LIB USE ONLY
Social Research Institute Library301.0959 P963S 2008LIB USE ONLY



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