2 edition of political dynamics of grassroots environment-development struggles found in the catalog.
political dynamics of grassroots environment-development struggles
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Article from Journal of the Indian school of political economy, Vol.9, No.3, 1997 (pp.409-462).
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The Justice, Power, and Politics series publishes and pursues new works of history that explore questions of social justice, political power, and struggles for justice in the twentieth century—thereby bringing these books into conversation with each other.. In doing so, JPP helps readers to better understand the evolution of the United States in the last century, as well as integrate and. Edited volume by Dharam Ghai and Jessica M. Vivian. Description: Managing resources sustainably on the local level is essential for achieving the global goal of sustainable development. The combined impact of the small-scale activities - either constructive or destructive - undertaken by vast numbers of individuals will determine the fate of many resources and ecosystems, particularly in the.
The dynamics of its continuing decline in a post-industrial capitalist society riven by class and racial divisionsremains an object of intense study. Grassroots narratives of struggles for social, economic, and environmental justice actively incorporate questions of human agency in their attempts to understand these dynamics. Grass Roots Press has an international reputation for publishing high-quality resources for adult basic education and English as a Second Language communities. Grass Roots Press carries over books, DVDs, and software packages. We publish assessment tools, workbooks, photostories, biographies, and literature -- publications that enhance.
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Social media have been playing a growingly important role in grassroots protest over the last five years. While many scholars have explored dynamics of political cyberprotest (e.g., the ongoing transnational Occupy movement, the Quebec student strike, the student-led protest movement in Chile between and ), few have studied sub-dynamics relating to ethno-cultural minorities.
This book explores practices of peasant resistance. Its aim is to show how grass roots peasant activists have been able to demand transnational social and political change. In the process, the book examines the grassroots forms of activism that enable peasants.
And yes you have political guidelines, because in the end it is a political question, and this is renewed every four years.” Those pressures were then channelled into a struggle for political credit, which influenced reactions to superblocks all through the implementation of the project.
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Grassroots organi-zations did achieve some impact on social development in the s, but the impact was on policy implementation rather than policy making, and was likely to be partial and patchy rather than comprehensive or fundamental.
Prior to the s, grassroots political activity was already primarily urban and oriented to the state. The political dynamics that shape transnational linkages and their impacts entail a balance of power and processes of conflict and contestation between political and social groups within migrant/diasporic communities and homeland states/communities defined in terms of class, ethnic, religious and gender-related divides.
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relationships of this political activity to the state, the balance between 'old' and 'new' forms of grassroots organising, and the nature of grassroots demand-making, especially the demands for rights.
The focus on democratic transition highlights the challenges of projecting grassroots pressures into political society.
Empowered by the Brand New Congress initiative inevangelical pastor and progressive Republican Robb Ryerse embarked on a long-shot, grassroots congressional campaign against Steve Womack, one of the most powerful Republican incumbents in Washington, DC.
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