|aPartnerships for empowerment :|bparticipatory research for community-based natural resource management /|cedited by Carl Wilmsen ... [et al.].
|axv, 292 p.|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 281-284) and index.
|aNegotiating community, paricipation, knowledge and power in particpatory research -- Core criteria and assessment of participatory research -- Challenges to institutionalizing participatory research in community forestry in the US --From environmental racism to civic environmentalism: using participation and nature to develop community in the Belmont neighborhood of West Philadelphia -- Creating common ground: a collaborative approach to environmental reclamation and cultural preservation -- Opportunities and challenges in community capacity-building: lessons from participatory research in Macon County, North Carolina --Calibrating collaboration: monitoring and adaptive management of the landscape and Gunnison National Forests in Western Colorado -- Inclusion and exclusion: immigrant forest workers and participation in Natural Resource Management -- Comparing participatory ecological research in two contexts: an immigrant community and a Native American community on Olympic Peninsula, Washington -- Battle at the bridge: using participatory approaches to develop community researchers in ecological management -- Research on native terms: navigation and participation issues for native scholars in community research -- Participation, relationships and empowerment.