Pacific Affairs, Vol. 84, No. 4, December 2011

"… a comprehensive picture of the integration of a community into the nation and the global economy.

This book does a wonderful job in depicting the subjectification and disciplination of people into citizens without losing the focus on the concrete experiences, agency and practices of the villagers.

"… a comprehensive picture of the integration of a community into the nation and the global economy.

This book does a wonderful job in depicting the subjectification and disciplination of people into citizens without losing the focus on the concrete experiences, agency and practices of the villagers.

… this book can be widely recommended not only for readers interested in Southeast Asian Studies, but also in border studies and for readers interested in the transformation of community and nation in the capitalist periphery more generally."

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