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DOI 10.23791/540414

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Vollständiger Titel
Pacific Geographies
Verlag (01) Association of Pacific Studies
Erscheinungsland Deutschland (DE)
ISSN 2199-9104
DOI 10.23791/
Produktform Online-Zeitschrift (JD)
Digitales Produktformat HTML (01)

Nummer der Ausgabe 54
Erscheinungsdatum der Ausgabe (YYYY) 2020
Daten Fortsetzungsartikel
Titel Integration and segregation in the evolution of agricultural development policies in New Caledonia
Von (Autor) (A01) Séverine Bouard
Von (Autor) (A01) Jean-Michel Sourisseau
Von (Autor) (A01) Benoit Zenou
Number of Pages 11
Erste Seite 4
Letzte Seite 14
Sprache des Textes Englisch (eng)
Erscheinungsdatum (YYYY) 2020
Abstract/Hauptbeschreibung (01)
Relationships between agriculture and rural societies raise controversies that question development models. Dichotomous views dominate the debate: small and large structures, inclusive or exclusive of agriculture, etc. This paper identifies how concepts of integration and segregation provide original theoretical tools for entering into these debates in depth. The theoretical framework was tested on the case of New Caledonia, through an analysis of rural development policies. This emblematic example of a colonial settlement is interesting. It offers public policies based on segregated models of development, but which pursue, at the same time, the global objective of overcoming the historical segregation between communities, land-use, etc. A field study enabled the authors to highlight the strategic dimension of the segmentation of development policies and territories. On a local scale, a study of Kanak development strategies showed that the boundaries between these different kinds of development territories are places where new development models and innovations can arise. Despite some limitations, the theoretical framework was particularly suited to understanding the historical and current transformations of the archipelago and offered original prospects for generalization. Mainly, the heuristic strength of the framework was not based on opposition, but on the identification of connections between integration and segregation.