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Swidden to sawah: government versus farmers' expectations


, : Swidden to sawah: government versus farmers' expectations. Small scale agriculture: 47-56

This paper argues that the failure of many rural development projects involving shifting cultivators in Sarawak arises from, among other factors, the incompatibility of the projects with the aspirations and expectations of the farmers. Two areas of conflict are examined.

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