Book 2013

Place-Based Conservation

Perspectives from the Social Sciences

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ISBN: 978-94-007-5801-8 (Print) 978-94-007-5802-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-17

    The Emergence of Place-Based Conservation

  3. Conceptual Issues of Place-Based Conservation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 19-19

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      Chapter

      Pages 21-34

      Science, Practice, and Place

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      Pages 35-44

      Conservation Connecting Multiple Scales of Place

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      Pages 45-58

      Organizational Cultures and Place-Based Conservation

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      Chapter

      Pages 59-70

      Community, Place, and Conservation

  4. Experiencing Place

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 71-71

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      Chapter

      Pages 73-87

      Sensing Value in Place

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      Pages 89-98

      Place Meanings as Lived Experience

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      Chapter

      Pages 99-107

      Personal Experience and Public Place Creation

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      Chapter

      Pages 109-118

      Volunteer Meanings in the Making of Place

  5. Representing Place

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 119-119

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      Chapter

      Pages 121-135

      Integrating Divergent Representations of Place into Decision Contexts

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      Chapter

      Pages 137-150

      Sharing Stories of Place to Foster Social Learning

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      Chapter

      Pages 151-163

      Rural Property, Collective Action, and Place-Based Conservation

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      Pages 165-180

      Whose Sense of Place? A Political Ecology of Amenity Development

  6. Mapping Place

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 181-181

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      Chapter

      Pages 183-196

      Participatory Place Mapping in Fire Planning

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      Chapter

      Pages 197-210

      Participatory Mapping of Place Values in Northwestern Ontario

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      Chapter

      Pages 211-222

      Place Mapping to Protect Cultural Landscapes on Tribal Lands

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      Chapter

      Pages 223-233

      Place Attachment for Wildland Recreation Planning

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    Chapter

    Pages 235-248

    Conclusion: From Describing to Prescribing—Transitioning to Place-Based Conservation

  8. Back Matter

    Pages 249-264