|aCommunities and the environment :|bethnicity, gender, and the state in community-based conservation /|cedited and with an introduction by Arun Agrawal and Clark C. Gibson.
|aNew Brunswick, N.J. :|bRutgers University Press,|cc2001.
|axiv, 205 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|aThe role of community in natural resource conservation / Arun Agrawal and Clark C. Gibson -- Invoking community: indigenous people and ancestral domain in Palawan, the Philippines / Melanie Hughes McDermott -- Gender dimensions of community resource management: the case of water users' associations in South Asia / Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Margreet Zwarteveen -- The ethnopolitics of irrigation in management in the Ziz oasis, Morocco / Hsain Ilahiane -- Reidentifying ground rules: community inheritance disputes among the Digo of Kenya / Bettina Ng'weno -- Communitites, states, and the governance of Pacific Northwest salmon fisheries / Sara Singleton -- Boundary work: community, market, and state reconsidered / Tania Murray Li -- Community and the commons: romantic and other views / Bonnie J. McCay.
|aNature conservation|xCitizen participation.
|aConservation of natural resources|xCitizen participation.