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Co-management and Indigenous Communities: Barriers and Bridges to Decentralized Resource Management: Introduction

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2005

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Spaeder, Joseph J., and Feit, Harvey A., 2005, Co-management and Indigenous Communities: Barriers and Bridges to Decentralized Resource Management: Introduction: Anthropologica, v. 47, no. 2, p. 147-154.

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Co-management is an interdisciplinary field of scholarship and co-management researchers use concepts and methods drawn from a range of scholarly and applied disciplines. This is reflected in the papers included in this issue, and authors draw on analytical frameworks in anthropology, conservation ecology, environmental studies, geography, law, political and policy science, history and resource management. For example, [Harvey A. Feit] uses ethnohistory, resource management, analyses of bureaucratic practices and, with others, post-Foucauldian analyses of the state; Goetze uses conflict management, confidence-building theory and the international legal recognition of Indigenous rights, among other frameworks. Furthermore, co-management [...]

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