Producing Knowledge, Protecting Forests: Rural Encounters with Gender, Ecotourism, and International Aid in the Dominican Republic

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Contents

1 Development and the Construction of the Productive Peasant
17
Tourism Conservation and Gendered Tourist Patronage in La Ciénaga
33
Why Nothing Ever Comes to La Ciénaga
59
Meaning Mobility and the Serious Woman
81
Epilogue
107
Appendix
113
References
115
Index
125
Back Cover
129
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