8 edition of The coca boom and rural social change in Bolivia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-271) and index.
|Series||Linking levels of analysis|
|LC Classifications||HD9019.C632 B647 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||93023794|
Resistance and the Arts of Domination: Miners and the Bolivian State Show all authors. Harry Sanabria. New Brunswick: Transaction Books. Google Scholar. Mann, Sanabria, Harry The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in by: She is the author of Teetering on the Rim: Global Restructuring, Daily Life, and the Armed Retreat of the Bolivian State; Precarious Dependencies: Gender, Class, and Domestic Service in Bolivia; and Peasants, Entrepreneurs, and Social Change: Frontier Development in Lowland Bolivia.
The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Spedding, Alison. Kawsachun coca: economía campesina cocalera en los Yungas y el Chapare. La Paz: PIEB, Programa de Investigación Estratégica en Bolivia, Lolita GutiÉrrez Brockington. Sanabria, Harry - "The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia", University of Michigan Press, Searle, William - " A New Form of Nervous Disease; Together with an Essay on Erythroxylon Coca ", Nabu Press,
HARRY SANABRIA, THE COCA BOOM AND RURAL SOCIAL CHANGE IN BOLIVIA (). Lower in elevation, and with a less harsh climate than other areas, the Chapare region is well-suited for growing coca for cocaine cultivation, and in recent years a majority of illicit coca Author: William M. Reisinger. Paul Eliot Gootenberg is a historian of Latin America who specializes in the history of the Andean drug trade, the fields of Peruvian and Mexican history, as well as historical earned an M. Phil from the University of Oxford () and a Ph. D. from the University of Chicago (), and is currently a Professor of History and Co-director of Latin American Studies at the State.
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Get this from a library. The coca boom and rural social change in Bolivia. [Harry Sanabria]. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia. By Harry Sanabria. [Linking Levels of Analysis Series.] (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Pp. xiii, Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index. Tables.
$) - Volume 51 Issue 2 - Joseph A. GaglianoAuthor: Joseph A. Gagliano. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia is an exploration of a Bolivian peasant community's progressive incorporation into the international cocaine market.
Harry Sanabria clarifies the contemporary struggle over the control of coca in Bolivia, asks why it surfaced, and illuminates what it means to the peasants themselves to be producing a valuable, "illicit" product for consumption.
Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia,is in Klein's bib-liography): "coca leaf cultivation and the processing of coca paste and cocaine were generating between US$1 billion and US$4 billion in Bolivia" (p.
61) in the early s. Cocaine alone is a part, and not the largest part, of this illegal economy. Klein, by saying only cocaine. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia.
Harry Sanabria. Reviewed by Ray Henkel. Living under Contract: Contract Farming and Agrarian Transformation in Sub‐Saharan Africa, Peter D. Little and Michael J. Watts, eds. Reviewed by Lawrence Grossman. Land in African Agrarian Systems. Thomas J. Bassett and Donald E. Crummey, eds. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia.
avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. Peasants, entrepreneurs, and social change: Frontier development in lowland Bolivia. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. The coca boom and rural social change in Bolivia.
Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Work, Fear, and the State in the Bolivian Regions. In: Ascher W., Mirovitskaya N. (eds) Economic Development Strategies and the Cited by: 1.
Joseph Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Donald Joralemon. One notable exception is Harry Sanabria, The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia (Ann Arbor, ), which is a detailed study of the impact of the coca economy on one Cochabamba community named Pampa.
Infor example, Peru exported metric tons of coca leaf to Germany and metric tons to the United States. Download Citation | Bolivia, coca, and US foreign policy | ‘Source control’ is a major strategy of the US ‘war on drugs’.
After describing how such a strategy was implemented in post analysis of the cocaine economy. Harry Sanabria's The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia is a monograph on a specific high-land community and James Painter's Bolivia and Coca is an analysis of the effect of coca on the country at large.
The methods the two authors used to collect their information were years of fieldwork and. The coca boom and rural social change in Bolivia. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Francisco E. Thoumi. The implementation of these policies has overlooked the cultural significance of the coca leaf to indigenous.
Coca has been cultivated in the region for use in traditional medicine, social interactions, spiritual rituals, and commercial trade, since the Incas.
Coca is both integrated into both the cultural and economic lives of rural peasants. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia (The University of Michigan Press, ). Sands, P. (ed.): Greening International Law (Earthscan, ).
Scholte, J. In the U.S. War on Drugs in the Andes, one of the stated aims was to eliminate the production of raw material for cocaine, although in Bolivia the traditional cultivation and consumption of coca leaf was so well established that it would be impossible to eradicate the crop completely.
Description: The domestic and international impacts of the production, trade and use of coca in Bolivia have reached monumental proportions, as have the national and international efforts to suppress the country's drug trade. This book describes Bolivia's coca boom, the development of its cocaine industry, and the catastrophic consequences of both.
Painter explains how coca and cocaine. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia. University of Michigan Press. Julius Spatz. Poverty and Inequality in the Era of Structural Reforms: The Case of Bolivia.
Springer. Marcia Stephenson. Gender and Modernity in Andean Bolivia. University of Texas Press. Ann Zulawski. scale agribusiness and highway projects in eastern Bolivia (Casanovas ; Eckstein ). As a result of these economic changes and the coca boom (Sanabria ), thousands of people migrated to the lowlands (StearmanGill ), and Santa Cruz has now become the richest area of the country.
Guaraní migrants came from. Coca in Bolivia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Coca has been cultivated in medium-altitude parts of the Bolivian Andes since at least the Inca era, primarily in the Yungas north and east of La Paz.
Cultivation expanded substantially in the s into the Chapare region of Cochabamba and some production flowed into the international cocaine market. History of Coca: Divine Plant of the Incas, by W. Golden Mortimer. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia, by Harry Sanabria.
Something Dangerous: Emergent and Changing Illicit Drug Use and Community Health, by Merrill Singer. Synthetic Panics:. On lowland migration, see Sanabria, Harry, The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ).
56 RG Bolivia, Box 6, Durkin to INTERPOL, 2 June ; “Bi-Annual Summary of Manufacture, Traffic, and Consumption of Narcotics in Bolivia,” July-Dec. Cited by: 7.Nash, June. “Interpreting Social Movements: Bolivian Resistance to Economic Conditions Imposed by the International Monetary Fund.” American Ethnologist, Vol.
19, No. 2 (May ), pp Sanabria, Harry. The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia. The University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, Sterling, Eric.For more on the subject, these two books examine the history and the anthropology of the use of the coca leaf in Bolivia and Peru: Coca Prohibition in Peru: The Historical Debates by Joseph Gagliano and The Coca Boom and Rural Social Change in Bolivia by Harry Sanabria.