Social Science In Natural Resource Management Systems (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
265
Utgivningsdatum
2019-10-02
Förlag
Routledge
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780367287627

Social Science In Natural Resource Management Systems

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2019-10-02
1957
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This book is about the conduct and contributions of applied social science. It represents the beginning of a new intellectual tradition in applied social science and its purpose is to foster an exchange among the variety of social scientists who are concerned with natural resource policy.
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Marc L. Miller, Richard P. Gale, Perry J. Brown

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About the Series -- Preface -- Overview -- Natural Resource Management Systems -- Roles of Science -- Introduction to Part II -- The Interactive Process of Applied Research: A Partnership Between Scientists and Park and Resource Managers -- Natural Resource Sociology: Forests and Marine Fisheries -- The Practice and Promise of Social Science in the U.S. Forest Service -- Integrating Social Science into Wildlife Management: Barriers and Limitations -- The Sociology of Science in Natural Resource Management Systems: Observations on Forests and Marine Fisheries in the Pacific Northwest -- Social Impact Assessment in New Zealand Resource Management -- Applications of Social Science -- Introduction to Part III -- Socioeconomic Impact Assessment, Regional Integration, Public Participation, and New National Park Planning in Canada -- Visitor Activity Planning and Management in Canadian National Parks: Marketing within A Context of Integration -- A Planning Approach to Social Carrying Capacity Research for Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness, Arizona -- Emotions in Environmental Decision Making: Rational Planning Versus the Passionate Public -- Analyses of Institutions -- Introduction to Part IV -- Off-Road Vehicle Policy and Arizona National Forests -- The Spruce Budworm Spray Controversy in Canada: Foresters' Perceptions of Power and Conflict in the Policy Process -- Forest Planning: Learning with People