From Extractivism to Global Extractivism : The Evolution of an Organizing Concept

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Chagnon , C W , Durante , F , Gills , B K , Hagolani-Albov , S E , Hokkanen , S , Kangasluoma , S M J , Konttinen , H , Kröger , M , LaFleur , W , Ollinaho , O & Vuola , M P S 2022 , ' From Extractivism to Global Extractivism : The Evolution of an Organizing Concept ' , Journal of Peasant Studies , vol. 49 , no. 4 , pp. 760-792 . https://doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2022.2069015

Title: From Extractivism to Global Extractivism : The Evolution of an Organizing Concept
Author: Chagnon, Christopher W.; Durante, Francesco; Gills, Barry K.; Hagolani-Albov, Sophia E.; Hokkanen, Saana; Kangasluoma, Sohvi M. J.; Konttinen, Heidi; Kröger, Markus; LaFleur, William; Ollinaho, Ossi; Vuola, Marketta P. S.
Contributor organization: Global Development Studies
Russian and Eurasian Studies (Aleksanteri Institute)
Faculty of Social Sciences
Indigenous Studies
Date: 2022-06-07
Language: eng
Number of pages: 33
Belongs to series: Journal of Peasant Studies
ISSN: 0306-6150
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/03066150.2022.2069015
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/346700
Abstract: Research on extractivism has rapidly proliferated, expanding into new empirical and conceptual spaces. We examine the origins, evolution, and conceptual expansion of the concept. Extractivism is useful to analyze resource extraction practices around the world. ‘Global Extractivism’ is a new conceptual tool for assessing global phenomena. We situate extractivism within an ensemble of concepts, and explore its relation to development, the state, and value. Extractivism as an organizing concept addresses many fields of research. Extractivism forms a complex of self-reinforcing practices, mentalities, and power differentials underwriting and rationalizing socio-ecologically destructive modes of organizing life-through subjugation, depletion, and non-reciprocity.
Description: All the named authors were members of the Helsinki Research Working Group on Global Extractivisms and Alternatives, who jointly constructed this article. Equal authorship by all authors is recognised.
Subject: 5203 Global Development Studies
extractivism
global extractivism
Resource politics
resource frontiers
political ontology
global crises
Extractivism
global extractivism
resource politics
resource frontiers
political ontology
global crises
POLITICAL-ECONOMY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONFLICTS
LATIN-AMERICA
RESOURCE
STATE
EXPANSION
FRONTIERS
DISPOSSESSION
POWER
WATER
Peer reviewed: Yes
Rights: cc_by_nc_nd
Usage restriction: openAccess
Self-archived version: publishedVersion


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