DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT IN PASTORAL TIBET SINCE THE 1980 s

@inproceedings{Bauer2006DEVELOPMENTAT,
  title={DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT IN PASTORAL TIBET SINCE THE 1980 s},
  author={Ken Bauer},
  year={2006}
}
This article discusses the implementation of development policies in pastoral areas of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) since the reforms of the 1980s. It analyses why certain kinds of interventions particularly fencing have been introduced. The rhetoric and reality of markets, technology, degradation and land tenure in the reform era are put into ecological, historical and cultural perspective. The causes and potential consequences of widespread fencing are also considered and, based on these… CONTINUE READING
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