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  • 2.1 Can there be food sovereignty here? (Tania, 2014)

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  • Challenges of food sovereignty before switch from food production to moncrop cacao production

    • Natural disasters, attacked by pests
    • must manage all risks (usage different soil condition different place)
    • poverty and identity issues
    • squeeze tobacco merchants
  • After the switch from food production to moncrop cacao production: why didn't a stable 'middle' peasantry emerge?

    • Highlanders started with cacao because profitable
    • shortage of lands made highlanders unable to follow the Indonesians farming patterns
    • Vulnerable to fluctuation market prices
  • 4 Conditions to put stable food and cash crop regime in place

    1. Characteristics of the crop
    2. access to market
    3. availability of subsidies
    4. social institutions  
  • 2.2 Overheating: the world since 1990 (Eriksen, 2016)

  • By what is the drive to standardization, simplification and universalization usually encountered

    By a defence of local values, practices and relationships
  • Conflict economic development and ecology was based on ....

  • Trade-offs between economic growth and ecology have become an ..... .....

    Internal element
  • Explain acceleration of history since 1991

    • Cold war ended
    • EU destabilized borders
    • mobile phone and internet 
  • Two changes of a material nature that have consequences for future

    • Population growth
    • growth in energy usage 
  • One fact is that the contemporary world is in accelerated growth. Explain why

    More people, machines, connectedness, internet, mobile phones etc
  • 2.3 Mimicry & membership (Ferguson, 2002)

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  • What was the purpose of mimicry in colonial era by the colonial rulers?

    Purpose of mimicry is to uniform the homogeneity of the colonial territory to simplify their management

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