The hydraulics of power and knowledge : water management in northeastern Thailand and the Mekong region
This thesis explores the dynamic relationship between the production of knowledge and the operation of power in the context of water management In northeastern Thailand and the Mekong region. Employing Weber's ideal types of legitimate authority in exploring the practices of hydrologists, hydro-bureaucratic agencies, and an Isan community, the thesis argues that knowledge and power in water management are omnipresent in different agents, expressed through different forms and mechanisms, and...[Show more]
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