This chapter sets out a 'mobile political ecology' conceptual framework for understanding how migration links to vulnerability and resilience across diverse envrionmental, social and policy contexts. The chapter draws from and frames empirical work in Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia, demonstrating the value of 'progressive contextualisation' for tracing vulnerability in migration-flood contexts. The chapter is part of a book that is the key output from primary research funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
|Title of host publication||Living with floods in a mobile Southeast Asia: a political ecology of vulnerability, migration and environmental change|
|Editors||Carl Middleton, Rebecca Elmhirst, Supang Chantavanich|
|Place of Publication||London, UK|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2 Nov 2017|
|Name||Routledge Studies in Development, Mobilities and Migration|
Bibliographical noteThis is an Accepted Manuscript of a book chapter published by Routledge in Living with floods in a mobile Southeast Asia: a political ecology of vulnerability, migration and environmental change on 02/11/2017, available online: https://www.routledge.com/Living-with-Floods-in-a-Mobile-Southeast-Asia-A-Political-Ecology-of-Vulnerability/Middleton-Elmhirst-Chantavanich/p/book/9781138793248
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- School of Applied Sciences - Professor of Human Geography
- Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics
- People, Natures and Places Research and Enterprise Group