Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Proposed ISM Outline v 0.1

Singapore and its Transnational Agricultural Hinterlands:
Mere economic linkages or an encroaching ecological footprint?

  1. Introduction of Singapore’s transnational agricultural hinterlands
  2. Concept of transnational hinterlands
  3. Literature review of Singapore and its hinterlands
  4. Bioregion perspective
  5. Historical perspective
  6. Economic geography perspective
  7. Resource politics perspective
  8. Transnational Rural-Urban discourse
  9. Ecological footprint perspective
  10. Positing an integrated approach
Alternate Titles:
Singapore and its Transnational Agricultural Hinterlands:
preconditions of a city-state or an encroaching ecological footprint?

Singapore and its Transnational Agricultural Hinterlands:
agrarian capitalism or an encroaching consumption footprint?

Working towards publication in Asia Pacific Viewpoint (August issue) and presentation at ARI Graduate Forum (July).

No longer than 8000 words;

Manuscripts should be typed on one side of the paper, double-spaced, with ample margins and bear the title of the contribution, name(s) of the author(s) and the address where the work was carried out. The title and full postal address of the author who will check proofs and receive correspondence must be included. An email address is essential unless impossible to provide.

Contributors should include on a separate sheet an abstract of 200 words or less. Please note that abstracts should be an informative summary of the content and conclusions of the text of the article. It should be self-contained and intelligible by itself. Please reproduce the title on this sheet, but do not include author details.

Keywords: The abstract should contain key words and phrases that could be used to index the article. These keywords should be listed below the abstract.

Quotations: Please use single quotes and double quotes within singles.

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