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Cambodia's neoliberal order : violence, authoritarianism, and the contestation of public space / Simon Springer.

By: Springer, Simon.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JQ935 .S67 2010Series: Routledge Pacific Rim geographies: 8.Publication: London ; New York : Routledge, 2010Description: x, 206 p. : map.ISBN: 9780415568197 (hardback); 0415568196 (hardback).Subject(s): Cambodia -- Politics and government | Cambodia -- Social conditions | Cambodia -- Economic conditions | Neoliberalism -- Cambodia | Democracy -- Cambodia | Social conflict -- Cambodia
Contents:
Introduction: setting the stage for neoliberalization -- Caught in the headlights of "culture" and neoliberalism: public space as a vision for democracy and "development from below" in the global south -- From genocide to elections to coup d'état: public space in Cambodia's transitional political economy -- Cambodia's battle for public space: the neoliberal doctrine of "order" verus the democratic expression of the people's will -- Conclusion: sowing the seeds of a new revolution?.
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Introduction: setting the stage for neoliberalization -- Caught in the headlights of "culture" and neoliberalism: public space as a vision for democracy and "development from below" in the global south -- From genocide to elections to coup d'état: public space in Cambodia's transitional political economy -- Cambodia's battle for public space: the neoliberal doctrine of "order" verus the democratic expression of the people's will -- Conclusion: sowing the seeds of a new revolution?.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [170]-197) and index.

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