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L'ÉTAT, LES PAYSANNERIES ET LES CULTURES COMMERCIALES PÉRENNES DANS LES PLATEAUX DU CENTRE VIÊT NAM

Abstract : This thesis analyzes the mechanisms of transformation and construction of territorial affiliations. Starting from the hypothesis that the plantation of perennial commercial crops favors the anchoring of the farmers, are studied in the case of the plateaus of the Center Vietnam the l theoretical and practical principles incorporated to a territory and to the indigenous populations. The coffee, imported by the colonists, anchored in the territory, leads to the loss of symbolic and material references of the indigenous peasantries but also to the political and economic appropriation of these spaces. Anxious to control regions sometimes restive to the national majority, the Vietnamese state since its independence has favored the arrival and anchoring of allochtones, now the majority. Farming and the conversion of representations contribute to the redefinition of territorial belonging but at the cost of environmental degradation and a deep economic and social crisis.
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Frederic Fortunel. L'ÉTAT, LES PAYSANNERIES ET LES CULTURES COMMERCIALES PÉRENNES DANS LES PLATEAUX DU CENTRE VIÊT NAM. Géographie. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2003. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-00547703⟩

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