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Special issue : after recognition : implementing special rights in natural resource management / guest editors, Melanie Wiber and Chris Milley.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2008
Imprint:
Zürich : LIT, c2008.
Format:
  • Book
  • xviii, 244 p. : map ; 24 cm.
Title Variation:
After recognition, implementing special rights in natural resource management
Note:
Special issue of Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law, no. 55 (2007).
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Introduction: Seeking clarity, legitimacy and respect : the struggle to implement special rights / Melanie Wiber and Chris Milley
  • Contested domains : the Indigenous Peoples Right Act (IRPA) and legal pluralism in the Northern Philippines / June Prill-Brett
  • Lost in translation? : the politics of conservation, indigenous land rights and community-based resource management in Southern Africa / Werner Zips and Manuela Zips-Mairitsch
  • Fuzzy property relations in the Vietnamese uplands : ethnography of forest access and control / To Xuan Phuc
  • Shifting resource entitlements and governance reform during the agrarian transition in Sumatra, Indonesia / John McCarthy
  • Traditional authority revisited : popular perceptions of chiefs and chieftancy in peri-urban Kumasi, Ghana / Janine Ubink
  • After Marshall : implementation of aboriginal fishing rights in Atlantic Canada / Melanie Wiber and Chris Milley
  • Fishing rights struggles in Norway : political or legal strategies? / Siri Ulfsdatter Søreng
  • Return of the landlord : Chinese land acquisition conflicts as illustrated by peri-urban Kunming / Benjamin van Rooij.
Contributor:
Wiber, Melanie, 1954-
Milley, Chris.
Lit (Firm)
Related Work:
Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9783037359310
3037359315
9783825811990
3825811999

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