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Not in My Backyard

Not in My Backyard

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Published by Suzanne Nievaart
The Discourse and Practice of
Hydroelectric Mega Projects in Chile.
Case Study: Ralco. MA Thesis in Latin America Studies at the Centre of Documentation and Research in Latin America, Amsterdam.
The Discourse and Practice of
Hydroelectric Mega Projects in Chile.
Case Study: Ralco. MA Thesis in Latin America Studies at the Centre of Documentation and Research in Latin America, Amsterdam.

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Published by: Suzanne Nievaart on Feb 28, 2013
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Not in My Backyard!
The Discourse and Practice of Hydroelectric Megaprojects in Chile
By Suzanne Nievaart November 10, 2008Under supervision of Dr. Arij Ouweneel and Dr. Annelou Ypeij Final Thesis accomplished as a requirement for the completion of a Master’s of Arts degree inLatin America Studies at the Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Table of Contents
List of Maps and Figures 3List of Acronyms 4Glossary 5Abstract 6Acknowledgements 7A note on the text 81. Introduction 9
The Ralco CaseIn the FieldAbout this Thesis
2. Hydroelectric Megaprojects and Relocations: The Case of Ralco 16
IntroductionHistory Repeats Itself The Polemic Ralco ConflictPangue, the First and “Only” DamRalco and the Environmental Impact Assessments: Si o SiProtests and PressureThe Power of PersuasionFrom Promises to PermutasCONADI: The Burden of RepresentationConclusion
3. Forced Relocations and their Problems 40
IntroductionThe Chess PiecesLand, the Indigenous Law, and ENDESADissapointments and DisillusionsFailures of the Relocation PlanThe Loss of TraditionsMunicipal ChallengesThe Discourse and Practice of Relocation PlansConclusion
4. Megaprojects and their Social Impacts 66
IntroductionUneven and Unequal DevelopmentDistrustThe Crisis of RepresentationThe Relocated ComunidadConclusion
5. Conclusion 82
Ralco, Relocations, ImpactsRalco, Emblem of a Capitalist Democracy Not in My BackyardConclusion
Bibliography 87Appendix A: Survey Sample El Barco 92Appendix B: Survey Results El Barco 99

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