Lookup NU author(s): Emeritus Professor Esteban Castro
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Water, Power and Citizenship investigates the interrelationship between water politics and institutions and the development of citizenship rights from a historical-sociological perspective. The evolution of water's manifold social character and values, as a source of power, as a public good, as a commodity, or as a universal right is examined in the light of ever changing and mutually binding social and ecological processes. The Basin of Mexico's rich water history becomes the vantage point to cast light on one of the most crucial challenges facing the international community - that of eliminating water inequality and injustice.
Author(s): Castro JE
Series Editor(s): Faure D; Zielonka J; Clogg R
Publication type: Authored Book
Publication status: Published
Series Title: St Antony's Series
Number of Volumes: 1
Number of Pages: 232
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Place Published: Houndmills, Basingstoke and New York
Notes: Based on doctoral thesis (Politics, Oxford, 1998), which was awarded the 1998 “British Mexican Society Postgraduate Prize for the best completed doctoral thesis produced at any British university or other institute of higher education on a topic relating to Mexico”.
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