New, open access, peer-reviewed, e-journal: Water Alternatives


June 10, 2008.  

We announce that the first issue of the new, free, open access, peer-reviewed, e-journal Water Alternatives has been posted on June 1. The table of contents is given below. The site address is www.water-alternatives.org, where you can register for alerts and find more information on the journal. Water Alternatives appears three times a year. The next issue is due October 1.

 

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With kind regards,

The editors:

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François Molle

Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), UR199, Montpellier, France; molle@mpl.ird.

 

Peter P. Mollinga

Department of Political and Cultural Change, ZEF (Center for Development Research), Bonn University, pmollinga@hotmail.com

 

Ruth Meinzen-Dick

International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, USA; r.meinzen‐dick@cgiar.org

 

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Volume 1 | Issue 1

June 2008

 

Editorial

 

Water, politics and development: Introducing Water Alternatives

François Molle, Peter P. Mollinga, Ruth Meinzen-Dick

Water Alternatives 1(1):1-6

 

Articles

 

Water, politics and development: Framing a political sociology of water resources management

Peter P. Mollinga

Water Alternatives 1(1): 7-23

 

A political economy of water in southern Africa

Larry A. Swatuk

Water Alternatives 1(1): 24-47

 

Water rights arenas in the Andes: Upscaling networks to strengthen local water control

Rutgerd Boelens

Water Alternatives 1(1): 48-65

 

River-basin politics and the rise of ecological democracy in Southeast Asia and Southern Africa

Christopher Sneddon and Coleen Fox

Water Alternatives 1(1): 66-88

 

Lost in translation: The participatory imperative and local water governance in north Thailand and southwest Germany

Andreas Neef

Water Alternatives 1(1): 89-110

 

Men, masculinities and water powers in irrigation

Margreet Zwarteveen

Water Alternatives 1(1): 111-130

 

Nirvana concepts, storylines and policy models: Insights from the water sector

François Molle

Water Alternatives 1(1): 131-156

 

Distilling or diluting? Negotiating the water research-policy interface

Frances Cleaver and Tom Franks

Water Alternatives 1(1): 157-177

Book Reviews

 

Modern myths of the Mekong: A critical review of water and development concepts, principles and policies. (Kummu, M.; Keskinen, M. and Varis, O. (Eds). 2008).

By: Rajesh Daniel

Water Alternatives 1(1): 178-180

 

 

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