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Social Power and the Urbanization of Water

By: Swyngedouw, Erik.
Publisher: USA Oxford University Press 2007Description: 209 p.ISBN: 9780198233916.Subject(s): Abastecimiento de Agua-Aspectos Económicos | Abastecimiento de Agua-Aspectos Sociales | Guayaquil-Ecuador | Urbanización-GuayaquilDDC classification: 363.610986632
Contents:
1. Hybrid Waters: On Water, Nature, and Society 2. The City in a Glass of Water: Circulating Water, Circulating Power 3. Water, Power, and the Andean City: Situating Guayaquil 4. The Urban Conquest of Water in Guayaquil, 1880-1945 5. The Urban Conquest of water in Guayaquil, 1945-2000: Bananas, Oil, and the Production of Water Scarcity 6. The Water Mandarins: The Contradictions of Urban Water Provision 7. The Water Lords: Speculators in Water 8. Contested Waters: Rituals of Resistance and Water Activism 9. Whose Water and Whose City? Towards an Emancipatory Water Politics
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1. Hybrid Waters: On Water, Nature, and Society 2. The City in a Glass of Water: Circulating Water, Circulating Power 3. Water, Power, and the Andean City: Situating Guayaquil 4. The Urban Conquest of Water in Guayaquil, 1880-1945 5. The Urban Conquest of water in Guayaquil, 1945-2000: Bananas, Oil, and the Production of Water Scarcity 6. The Water Mandarins: The Contradictions of Urban Water Provision 7. The Water Lords: Speculators in Water 8. Contested Waters: Rituals of Resistance and Water Activism 9. Whose Water and Whose City? Towards an Emancipatory Water Politics

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