Erratum: The Local Articulation of Policy Conflict: Land Use, Environment, and Amerindian Rights in Eastern Amazonia

@article{Simmons2002ErratumTL,
  title={Erratum: The Local Articulation of Policy Conflict: Land Use, Environment, and Amerindian Rights in Eastern Amazonia},
  author={Cynthia S. Simmons},
  journal={The Professional Geographer},
  year={2002},
  volume={54},
  pages={479 - 479}
}
  • C. Simmons
  • Published 1 May 2002
  • Political Science
  • The Professional Geographer
The Brazilian government has promoted development in Amazonia for over forty years. Nevertheless, improvement of rural conditions has been limited. Although tropical deforestation has been the premier concern in discussions about Amazonia, this article focuses instead on the human dimensions of development and the apparent failings of social policy in the region. In so doing, the article argues that what we observe today represents the consequence of conflicting development strategies, brought… 

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