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Author Chen, Xiangming, 1955-
Title As borders bend : transnational spaces on the Pacific rim / Xiangming Chen.
Imprint Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2005.

Author Chen, Xiangming, 1955-
Series Pacific formations
Pacific formations.
Subject Asia -- Boundaries.
Pacific Area -- Boundaries.
Regionalism -- Asia.
Regionalism -- Pacific Area.
Globalization.
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 333 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. 1. Transborder dynamics in a global era : situating the Asia-Pacific transborder subregions -- The Asia-Pacific transborder subregions : the phenomenon, historical backdrop, and conceptualization -- From different perspectives to an integrated framework : a synthetic explanation -- pt. 2. Binding porous borders : the greater Southeast China subregion -- Bridging ocean boundaries : the Bohai/Yellow Sea subregion -- Spanning socialist and post-socialist borders : the greater Tumen subregion and beyond -- pt. 3. Four cases across Southeast Asia -- Variations between the Pacific and the Atlantic -- Re-bordering transnational spaces : theoretical contributions and practical challenges.
Note Print version record.
Summary This innovative book examines the complexities of de-bordering and re-bordering through a systematic comparison of seven transborder subregions along the western Pacific Rim and an extended analysis of the U.S.-Mexico border and several European border regions. Xiangming Chen offers a synthetic explanation for the complex and diverse processes and outcomes of economic growth, social transformation, and urban landscapes in the new transnational spaces around the porous and mutated borders of the Pacific Rim and beyond.
Note English.
ISBN 9780742570818 (electronic bk.)
0742570819 (electronic bk.)
0742500934
9780742500938
0742500942
9780742500945
OCLC # 828870045
Additional Format Print version: Chen, Xiangming, 1955- As borders bend. Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2005 0742500934 (DLC) 2004018261 (OCoLC)56108330


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