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The politics of land

Author: Tim Bartley
Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019.
Series: Research in political sociology, v. 26.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This volume renews the political sociology of land. Chapters examine dynamics of political control and contention in a range of settings, including land grabs in Asia and Africa, expulsions and territorial control in South America, environmental regulation in Europe, and controversies over fracking, gentrification, and property taxes in the USA.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1053608676
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tim Bartley
ISBN: 9781787564275 1787564274 9781787564299 1787564290
OCLC Number: 1089195411
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Front Cover; The Politics of Land; Copyright Page; Contents; About the Authors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Toward a Political Sociology of Land; Land in Political Sociology; Accumulation and Dispossession; What Is Unique about Land? Baseline Answers; What Is Unique about Land? Answers from This Volume; Fixity; Social Movements --
Coalitions and Consequences; Territorial Control; Price Swings; Note; References; PART I CAPACITIES; The State's Unintentional Production of Turf-controlling Neighborhood Elites in Twentieth Century Lima, Peru; Introduction; The State as Regimes Non-state Political AuthorityOverurbanization in Peru; Method and Data; How the Peruvian State organization Unintentionally Produced Neighborhood Elites; Patrimonial Settlement Policy and its Effects; Liberal Settlement Policy and its Effects; Military Junta Repression; The Non-application of a Settlement Policy and its Non-effects; Corporatist Settlement Policy and its Effects; Back to Repression; Summary; Discussion and Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Land, Power, and Property Tax Limitation; Property Tax between State and Market Property Tax Limitations and State Capacity: A Meta-regression AnalysisThe Construction of the Sample; Coding Procedures; Statistical Methods; Findings; The Social Impact of Property Tax Limitation; Afterword; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Appendix 1; PART II COALITIONS; A Seat at the Table: Coalition Building, Fragmentation, and Progressive Polarization in an Anti-fracking Movement; Mobilization and Coalition Building; Coalition Advantages; Inequalities in Movement Coalitions; Establishing Justice in Anti-fracking Coalitions; Methods; Origins of the Illinois Anti-fracking Movement Coming Together……and Growing Apart; Progressive Polarization; Ratcheting Up Resistance; Countermovement Mobilization; Conclusion; Notes; References; Agenda Dynamics in the European Politics of Land: Explaining the Soil Protection Gap; Introduction; A Soil Protection Gap; Joint Decision-making, Agenda Competition, and the Politics of Scale; Joint Decision-making and Actor Constellations in Environmental Policy; Pioneer States and Agenda Competition; Venues, Frames, and the Politics of Scale; Subsidiarity, Policy Styles, and Experimentalist Governance Agenda-setting and Agenda-containment in EU Soil Protection PolicyFraming and Agenda-setting: Germany as Pusher-by-Example; Reframing and Agenda-containment: Soil Protection as Local Issue; Agenda-purging: Soil Protection in the Joint-decision Trap; Discussion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; PART III CLASSIFICATION; Assembling Land Access and Legibility: The Case of Morocco's Gharb Region; Introduction; Assemblage, Legibility, and Legitimacy; The Gharb as an Agroecological Region; The Colonial Period and the Ḍahir of 1919; The Ḍahir of 1969 and the Agricultural Investment Code
Series Title: Research in political sociology, v. 26.
Responsibility: edited by Tim Bartley.

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