Harvard:
Cooke, F.M. 2003, "Introduction to the symposium on localising and globalising patterns in natural resource use in Southeast Asia", in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 249.
APA:
Cooke, F.M. (2003). Introduction to the symposium on localising and globalising patterns in natural resource use in Southeast Asia. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 34 (2) , 249.
Chicago:
Cooke, Fadzilah Majid. 2003. "Introduction To the Symposium On Localising and Globalising Patterns in Natural Resource Use in Southeast Asia." In Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 34 , no. 2: 249.
MLA:
Cooke, Fadzilah Majid. "Introduction To the Symposium On Localising and Globalising Patterns in Natural Resource Use in Southeast Asia." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 34.2 (2003): 249.
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@article{cooke2003introduction,
  title = {Introduction to the symposium on localising and globalising patterns in natural resource use in Southeast Asia},
  author = {COOKE, Fadzilah Majid},
  journal = {Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year = {2003},
  month = {Jun},
  volume = {34},
  number = {2},
  pages = {249},
  keywords = {Natural resources|Area planning & development|Globalization},
  abstract = {Focusing on land, forests and coastal resources of Southeast Asia, this collection of articles explores an emerging interest in exploring local development and change in national, regional (Asia Pacific) and global terms. Specifically, the authors are interested in steering clear of viewing 'global' forces (of market production and environmentalism) as the privileged sites of action with the 'local' relegated to a 'mediating' role vis-a-vis these larger influences. On the contrary, the articles suggest that local groups actively engage in reshaping discourses and practices of the global (Majid Cooke, Tomforde). Local groups grow crops, often changing from subsistence to cash-producing ones or from one cash crop to another for a complexity of reasons - often not of their own choosing - which reflect local, regional, national and global power differentials (Majid Cooke, McKay, Sato). [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]},
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