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Rule and Rupture : State Formation Through the Production of Property and Citizenship (Paperback)
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Rule and Rupture - State Formation Through the Production of Property and Citizenship examines the ways in which political authority is defined and created by the rights of community membership and access to resources.
- Combines the latest theory on property rights and citizenship with extensive fieldwork to provide a more complex, nuanced assessment of political states commonly viewed as “weak,” “fragile,” and “failed”
- Contains ten case studies taken from post-colonial settings around the world, including Cambodia, Nepal, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Colombia, and Bolivia
- Characterizes the results of societal ruptures into three types of outcomes for political power: reconstituted and consolidated, challenged, and fragmented
- Brings together exciting insights from a global group of scholars in the fields of political science, development studies, and geography
Number of Pages: 264
Genre: Political Science
Series Title: Development and Change Special Issues
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Author: Christian Lund & Michael Eilenberg
Street Date: July 12, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-47-5512
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