This dissertation explores a relatively neglected aspect of social movements: the diffusion of norms and knowledge across local, national and international boundaries.
It examines two environmental movements that emerges in the State of Orissa in India in the 1980s and 1990 against big development projects-- the Gandhmardan movement in western Orissa against bauxite mining, and the Chilika movement in coastal Orissa against a commercial shrimp project and raises
Title: The Politics of Livelihood and Ecology in Two Environmental Movements in India
KeyWords: Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, A desrtification
Year of Publication: 1996
Author Name: Bijoy Kumar Mishra