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Contemporary Bali : contested space and governance

Author: Agung Wardana
Publisher: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
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This book offers a comprehensive examination of spatial and environmental governance in contemporary Bali. In the era of decentralisation, Bali's eight district governments and one municipality acquired a strong sense of authority to extract revenues from within their territorial borders while disregarding the impacts beyond them which has exacerbated environmental, cultural and institutional issues. These issues  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1047617996
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Agung Wardana
ISBN: 9789811324789 9811324786
OCLC Number: 1083522327
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1: Introduction; Spatial Governance and the Law; Spatial Planning: The Technocratic and Political Streams; Spatial Planning in Neoliberal Times; Space, Law, and Development; Problematising the Notions of Space and Law; Methodology; Book Structure; 2: The Politics of Development in Bali; A Changing World of Bali; The Colonial Construction of Bali; Post-colonial Bali and the Mass Killings; Suharto's New Order and the Jakarta's Colony; Decentralisation and District Competitions; Complex Socio-legal Configurations The Nexus Between Land and Caste/ClassAdat and Dinas: Dualistic Village Governance; Subak: Between Autonomy and Dependence; Adat Law and the Bhisama Religious Ruling; Conclusion; 3: Crisis and Reorganisation of Space; Conceiving Crisis in Contemporary Bali; The Rational-Choice Assumption; The Conservative Viewpoint; The Institutionalist Explanation; The Structure of Disfranchisement; Agrarian Heritage and Capitalist Development; Identity Politics in the Absence of Class Politics; Producing Space for Addressing Crisis; The Making of Spatial Planning; Contentious Provisions; Conclusion 4: Contesting Sacred Boundaries of UluwatuPecatu Village and Tourism Development; Changing Meanings and Spatial Practices; Tourism and Land Values; Tourism Development and Its Paradox; Sacred Space and Local Resistance in Spatial Planning; Contestations in Governing Uluwatu Temple's Sacred Space; Uncertainty and Ambivalence; Conclusion; 5: The Making of World Heritage Landscape; Jatiluwih and the Village Tourism Project; The Village of Jatiluwih; The Village Tourism Project; The Production of a World Heritage Site; Governing Heritage Space in a Complex Setting; Institutional Arrangements Incentives and Benefit SharingAlliances and Contestation for Resources and Power; Conclusion; 6: Reclaiming the Common of Benoa Bay; Benoa Bay: Geography, Institutions, and Development; Geography and the Values of Benoa Bay; Institutions and Representations of Space; The Political Economy of Development in Benoa Bay; The TWBI Project; Reclamation and Development of a New 'Exotic' Enclave; Risks and Opportunities: A Technocratic Framing; The Dynamics of Resistance; Civil Society Advocacy and Fragmentation; The Use of Adat in Tanjung Benoa; Conclusion; 7: Rescaling Space and Resistance Rescaling Spatial ConfigurationsNavigating Law and Institutions; Spaces of Resistance; Struggles in Balinese Society; Structural Conditions and Forms of Resistance; Media, Civil Society, and Fragmentation; Ambiguity and Ambivalence; Conclusion; 8: Conclusion; The Framework and Its Implication to Literature; References; Books and Article; Legislation, Legal Texts and Case; Legislation; Legal Texts; Case Law; Newspapers; Websites; Index
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