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|Title:||The politics of urban-rural relations: land use conversion in the Philippines||Authors:||Kelly, P.F.||Issue Date:||1998||Citation:||Kelly, P.F. (1998). The politics of urban-rural relations: land use conversion in the Philippines. Environment and Urbanization 10 (1) : 35-54. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||By examining the process of land use conversion in Manila's extended metropolitan region, this paper suggests that rural-urban relations must be seen as intensely political. The conversion of rice land into industrial, residential and recreational uses represents a political process in two senses: first, policy choices are made relating to the use of land that reflect a particular set of developmental priorities; and second, the facilitation of conversion involves the use of political power relations to circumvent certain regulations. These points are made at three different, but interconnected, levels: at the national level of policy formulation: at the local level of policy implementation and regulation: and at the personal level of everyday power relations in rural areas. The paper draws upon fieldwork in the rapidly urbanizing province of Cavite to the south of Metropolitan Manila.||Source Title:||Environment and Urbanization||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/133481|
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