Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2015.
x, 200 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Routledge explorations in environmental studies.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : The Legal Pluralism Perspective / Maarten Bavinck and Amalendu Jyotishi Law-breakers and Law-makers : Critical Legal Pluralism, Normative Subjects and Ecological Regimes in India / D. Parthasarathy The Godavarman Judgment : Erasing the Plurality of Land Use in Gudalur, Nilgiris / Ajit Menon Unearthing the Roots of Statutory Forest Law : Iron Smelting and the State in Pre- and Early-Colonial India / Sashi Sivramkrishna and Amalendu Jyotishi Land, Law and Resistance : Legal Pluralism and Tribal Conflicts over Land Alienation in Odisha / Satyapriya Rout Community Rights and Statutory Laws : Politics of Forest in Uttarakhand, Himalayas / Pampa Mukherjee Handling fishery conflicts in the context of legal pluralism : a case-study analysis of street-level bureaucracy in Tamil Nadu, India / Maarten Bavinck A political ecology of legal plural disconnection in the marine fishery of Junagadh District, Gujarat, India / Derek Johnson Institutional Pluralism, Multilevel Arrangements and Polycentricism : The Case of Chilika Lagoon, India / Prateep Kumar Nayak Legal pluralism and the governability of fisheries and coastal systems in the world : a conceptual enquiry / Svein Jentoft.
"This collection brings a diverse range of approaches to the question of pluralism, property and natural resource management in South East Asia. This significant contribution to the rapidly growing body of literature exploring indigenous people, legal pluralism, land rights and environmentalism is a timely and persuasive overview of the fundamental role of property rights in shaping how people manage natural resources"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.