Paradise contested: culture, politics and changing land and water use in Bali
The small Indonesian island of Bali is widely known as a global tourist destination. According to glossy tourist brochures the island is nothing less than a paradise. However, the flipside of this paradisiacal image is its social and environmental problems and conflicts, related to growing environmental pressures. Bali is far from unique: many regions all over the world experience similar processes of change, whether tourism-driven or related to other processes. Urbanisation and...[Show more]
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|Source:||The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology|
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