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In this contribution to the ongoing debates over theorizing state power, the author draws on her fieldwork in Mexico to examine the ways in which local agrarian communities negotiate with the state and with local bureaucracies in an apparently hopeless round of mismanagement and corruption - which yet contains a self-correcting stability. While the ethnography focuses on a ...more
Paperback, 121 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by Rockport Publishers
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This is a nice series of smallish, relatively inexpensive monographs covering potential up-and-coming architecture firms. Generally the concise text is typical monograph stuff (that is, non-critical) and the images seem sufficient for the purpose.
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