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The global challenge and marginalization

Author: Márcio Moraes Valença; E L Nel; Walter Leimgruber
Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, ©2008.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Márcio Moraes Valença; E L Nel; Walter Leimgruber
ISBN: 9781600218392 1600218393 9781600218385 1600218385
OCLC Number: 144548188
Description: vii, 462 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction / Etienne Nel, Márcio M. Valença and Walter Leimgruber --
Challenges and opportunities in Amazonian cities / Ana Claudia Duarte Cardoso, José Júlio Ferreira Lima and Ana Paula Vidal Bastos --
And the favela went global: the invention of a trademark and a tourist destination / Bianca Freire-Medeiros --
The impact of tourism on Alaska: an essay / Donald F. Lynch --
Adoption of ICT in marginal areas: Namibia in focus / Kenneth Matengu --
European policies revisited: rural development programmes of Tuscany and Umbria compared / Maria Andreoli and Heikki Jussila --
Small and local initiatives in Southern Patagonia : beginnings, crisis and perspectives / María Eugenia Cepparo de Grosso --
From economic marginality to cultural marginality: the crisis afflicting the farmer's world as reflected in the writings of Josep Pla / Joan Tort and Valerià Paül --
Building the future through education: the Umthati School Garden Project in the Eastern Cape, South Africa / Walter Leimgruber --
The participation of marginalized communities in natural resource management: a case study from Mngazana mangrove forest, Eastern Cape, South Africa / Catherine Helen Traynor --
Madrid historical district: a space between marginality and regeneration / Dolores Puga and Teresa Castro Martín --
Two failed regional development plans for Alaska: 1794-1806 / Donald F. Lynch and Roger W. Pearson --
Evolving economic marginality and local economic development responses in selected South African gold and coal mining areas / E. Nel and J.A. Binns --
Liminal cities: global spaces, everyday lives / Gareth A. Jones and Maria Moreno-Carranco --
Urban problems in a global world-the economic and demographic decline of cities in (Eastern) Germany after 1989 / Julia Richter --
Transformation of marginality: territorial practices of the Sami people and the Swedish state / Katarina Schough, Lennart Andersson and Lennart Stenman --
Clientelism in theory: framing Brazilian political practice / Márcio M. Valença --
The urban space: a privileged scenario of the complex relations between globalization and marginalization : reflections on the Latin American case / Margarita Schmidt --
Transgression in the urban landscape of noir Los Angeles / Maria Helena Braga e Vaz da Costa --
The global governance response to informal settlements: relieving or deepening marginalisation? / Marie Huchzermeyer --
Globalisation and the work/leisure: from standardisation of leisure to work flexibility / Norberto Pinto dos Santos --
Area-based policies for 'social exclusion' --
Band aid or cure? / Peter Ambrose --
Globalisation of old: the first urban nuclei in the State of Rio Grande do Norte and the historical process of globalisation (16th and 17th centuries) / Rubenilson Brazão Teixeira --
Canudos: the multiple forms of marginality and marginalization / Sandra S.F. Erickson --
Amateur cultural activites and local and national identity in the era of globalization / Stanko Pelc --
Globalization hits home: a rural southern U.S. county faces harsh realities / William R. Stanley and Carol A. Williams.
Responsibility: Marcio M. Valenca, Etienne Nel, and Walter Leimgruber, editors.
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