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Village and state regimes on Sumatra's forest frontier: a case from the Leuser ecosystem, South Aceh

McCarthy, John


[Introduction]: In a context where the notion of adat is so contested, there is a need for more nuanced accounts of the role of these local institutional arrangements in the management of natural resources. Based on research carried out over 1996-9, just prior to the current crisis in Aceh, this paper will consider the nature of the customary (adat) forest regime in one community in South Aceh. Specifically, the paper will explore the complex ways in which adat institutional arrangements...[Show more]

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Date published: 1999
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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