Pastoral practices in High Asia

Agency of 'development' effected by modernisation, resettlement and transformation

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ISBN: 978-94-007-3845-4 (Print) 978-94-007-3846-1 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

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    Pages 1-29

    Pastoral Practices in Transition: Animal Husbandry in High Asian Contexts

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    Pages 31-52

    Herding on High Grounds: Diversity and Typology of Pastoral Systems in the Eastern Hindukush (Chitral, Northwest Pakistan)

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    Pages 53-69

    Pastoralism, Power and Politics: Access to Pastures in Northern Afghanistan

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    Pages 71-87

    Pastoral Production Strategies and Market Orientation of the Afghan Kirghiz

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    Pages 89-107

    Livelihoods of the ‘New Livestock Breeders’ in the Eastern Pamirs of Tajikistan

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    Pages 109-125

    Kirghiz in Little Kara Köl: The Forces of Modernisation in Southern Xinjiang

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    Pages 127-144

    Legal Arrangements and Pasture-Related Socio-ecological Challenges in Kyrgyzstan

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    Pages 145-160

    Conflicting Strategies for Contested Resources: Pastoralists’ Responses to Uncertainty in Post-socialist Rural Kyrgyzstan

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    Pages 161-174

    Pastoral People and Shepherding Practices in the Western Himalaya (Himachal Pradesh): A Historical Perspective

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    Pages 175-194

    State Policy and Local Performance: Pasture Use and Pastoral Practices in the Kumaon Himalaya

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    Pages 195-215

    The Changing Role of Hunting and Wildlife in Pastoral Communities of Northern Tibet

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    Pages 217-234

    Implementation of Resettlement Programmes Amongst Pastoralist Communities in Eastern Tibet

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    Pages 235-255

    ‘Everybody Likes Houses. Even Birds Are Coming!’

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    Pages 257-272

    Change and Continuity in a Nomadic Pastoralism Community in the Tibet Autonomous Region, 1959–2009

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    Pages 273-289

    Tibetan Pastoralists in Transition. Political Change and State Interventions in Nomad Societies

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    Pages 291-306

    Enclosure and Resettlement in the Eastern Tibetan Plateau: Dilemma of Pastoral Development During the Last Three Decades

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    Pages 307-322

    Pastoral Communities’ Perspectives on Climate Change and Their Adaptation Strategies in the Hindukush-Karakoram-Himalaya

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    Pages 323-336

    Pastoralism: A Way Forward or Back?

  20. Back Matter

    Pages 337-350