|Title||Cleavage, connection and conflict in rural, urban and contemporary Asia|
|Author||edited by Tim Bunnell, D. Parthasarathy and Eric C. Thompson|
|Imprint||Singapore : Springer, 2013|
|Descript||vii, 247p. : ill ; 25 cm|
Introduction: place, society and politics across urban and rural Asia. -- Rural, urban, and regional: re-spatializing capital and politics in India. -- Rural youths as real estate entrepreneurs in globalizing Hyderabad. -- Livelihood and development: socioeconomic exclusion in Mumbai's Hinterland. -- Regional governance in decentrlizing Indonesia: learning from the success of urban-rural cooperation in Metropolitican Yogyakarta. -- Urban-rural connections: Banda Aceh through conflict, Tsunami, and decentralization. -- Urbanization without development: the cases of Cirebon and Gresik on Java's North Coast. -- Sense of place and the politics of "Insider-ness" in villages undergoing transition: the case of city Kampung on Penang Island. -- Gender and the interplay of rural and urban: a Malaysian case. -- Urban cosmopolitan Chauvinism and the politics of rural identity. -- Gendered nation and classed modernity: the perceptions of Mia Farang (Foreigners' wives) in Thai society. -- Redrawing Thai political space: the red shirt movement. -- The city as promise and ruin: the supernatural and urban change in Chiang Mai.
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