Book Volume 6 2008

Forest Policies and Social Change in England

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-8364-8 (Print) 978-1-4020-8365-5 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxv

  2. The Institutionalisation of Forestry

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      Pages 7-37

      Preliminary Chapter: Woodlands as Landscapes of Power

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      Chapter

      Pages 41-51

      New Relationships with the Woodland

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      Chapter

      Pages 53-67

      The Productivist Dream and Its Aftermath

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      Chapter

      Pages 69-84

      Widening the Scope

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      Chapter

      Pages 85-103

      Forestry Comes to Town

  3. Multi-Purpose Forestry: Another Name for Utopia?

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      Chapter

      Pages 107-128

      The Economy of Postproductivist Forestry, The Impossible Challenge?

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      Pages 129-155

      Phoenix Reborn: The Role of Forestry in Regeneration

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      Chapter

      Pages 157-173

      The Contribution of Woodlands to the Environment

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      Chapter

      Pages 175-201

      Social Forestry and the Health and Education Agenda

  4. The Tree-Led Solution to Empowerment

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      Pages 205-229

      Forestry Paradigms and Resource Provision

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      Chapter

      Pages 231-266

      Woodland Participation and Community Building

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      Chapter

      Pages 267-291

      Grafting the Past onto the Present: The Heritage of Woodlands in the 21st Century

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 293-329