Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences by William P. StewartPlace-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences by William P. Stewart

Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences

byWilliam P. StewartEditorDaniel R. Williams, Linda E. Kruger

Paperback | February 8, 2015

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The concept of "Place" has become prominent in natural resource management, as professionals increasingly recognize the importance of scale, place-specific meanings, local knowledge, and social-ecological dynamics.Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciencesoffers a thorough examination of the topic, dividing its exploration into four broad areas.
Place-Based Conservationprovides a comprehensive resource for researchers and practitioners to help build the conceptual grounding necessary to understand and to effectively practice place-based conservation.

Title:Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social SciencesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:February 8, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:940079665X

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Table of Contents

1: The Emergence of Place-Based Conservation

Daniel R. Williams*, William P. Stewart, and Linda E. Kruger

Part I: Conceptual Issues of Place-Based Conservation

2: Science, Practice and Place

Daniel R. Williams*

3: Conservation That Connects Multiple Scales of Place

Courtney Flint*

4: Organizational Cultures and Place-Based Conservation

Patricia A. Stokowski*

5: Community, Place, and Conservation

Gene L. Theodori* and Gerard T. Kyle

Part II: Experiencing Place

6: Sensing Value in Place

Herbert Schroeder*

7: Place Meanings as Lived Experience

James R. Barkley* and Linda E. Kruger

8: Personal Experience and Public Place Creation

Tyra Olstad*

9: Volunteer Meanings in the Making of Place

Ben Amsden*, Richard C. Stedman, and Linda E. Kruger

Part III: Representing Place

10: Integrating Divergent Representations of Place into Decision Contexts

Damon M. Hall*, Susan J. Gilbertz, Cristi C. Horton, and Tarla Rai Peterson

11: Sharing Stories of Place to Foster Social Learning

William P. Stewart*, Troy D. Glover, and James R. Barkley

12: Rural Property, Collective Action, and Place-Based Conservation

Paul Van Auken* and Shaun Golding

13: Whose Sense of Place? A Political Ecology of Amenity Development

Patrick T. Hurley*

Part IV: Mapping Place

14: Participatory Place Mapping in Fire Planning

Michael Cacciapaglia and Laurie Yung*

15: Participatory Mapping of Place Values in Northwestern Ontario

Norman McIntyre*, Perrine Lesueur and Jeff Moore

16: Place Mapping to Protect Cultural Landscapes on Tribal Lands

Alan Watson*, Steve Carver, Roian Van Ness, Tim Waters, Kari Gunderson, and Brett Davis

17: Place Attachment for Wildland Recreation Planning

Neal Christensen* and James Burchfield

18: From Describing to Prescribing: Transitioning to Place-Based Conservation

William P. Stewart*, Daniel R. Williams, and Linda E. Kruger