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Transnational livelihoods and landscapes: political ecologies of globalization

| By A. Bebbington and S. Batterbury | Published in Ecumene: a journal of cultural geography, Vol. 8. No. 4 pp 369-380 | Abstract: This paper introduces a collection of articles on ‘Transnational livelihoods and landscapes’. We outline the analytical value of grounding political ecologies of globalization in notions of livelihood, scale, place and network. This requires an […]

Globalized Andes? Landscapes, livelihoods and development

| By Anthony Bebbington | Ecumene: a journal of cultural geography, Vol. 8. No. 4. pp. 414-436 | Abstract: This paper discusses such sets of globalized relationships in four localities in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru. Particular attention is paid to the ways in which the emergence and activities of local organizations & social movements have been affected […]

Development alternatives: practice, dilemmas and theory

| By A. Bebbington and D. Bebbington | Published in Area, Vol. 33 No. 1: 7-17 | | Reprinted in William Moseley, David Lanegran and Kavita Pandit (eds.) The Introductory Reader in Human Geography: Contemporary Debates and Classic Writings. Oxford. Blackwell Press, pp. 309-318. | Abstract: This paper argues that much scholarly work on civil society and […]