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Indigenous peoples, national parks, and protected areas : a new paradigm linking conservation, culture, and rights /

de Stevens, Stanley F.. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (xii-380 p.) : ill., cartes, couv. ill. en coul. ; 23 cm.Édition: Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2014, cop. 2014.ISBN: 9780816530915 (br); 0816530912 (br).Contenu: This passionate, well-researched book makes a compelling case for a paradigm shift in conservation practice. It explores new policies and practices, which offer alternatives to exclusionary, uninhabited national parks and wilderness areas and make possible new kinds of protected areas that recognize Indigenous peoples' rights and benefit from their knowledge and conservation contributionsAcknowledgments (p.ix-x)) -- Abbreviations (p.xi-xiv) -- Introduction / Stan Stevens (p.3-12) -- Part I. Rethinking Protected Areas and Indigenous Peoples -- Chapter 1. Indigenous Peoples, Biocultural Diversity, and Protected Areas / Stan Stevens (p.15-46) -- Chapter 2. A New Protected Area Paradigm / Stan Stevens (p.47-83) -- Chapter 3. Community-Oriented Protected Areas for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Indigenous Protected Areas in Australia / Marcia Langton, Lisa Palmer, and Zane Ma Rhea (p.84-107) -- Chapter 4. A Tale of Three Parks: Tlingit Conservation, Representation, and Repatriation in Southeastern Alaska’s National Parks / Thomas F. Thornton (p.108-130) -- Part II. Complexity and Critiques -- Chapter 5. National Parks in the Canadian North: Comanagement or Colonialism Revisited? / John Sandlos (p.133-149) -- Chapter 6. State Governmentality or Indigenous Sovereignty?: Protected Area Comanagement in the Ashaninka Communal Reserve in Peru / Emily Caruso (p.150-171) -- Chapter 7. Green Neoliberal Space: The Mesoamerican Biological Corridor / Mary Finley-Brook (p.172-196) -- Chapter 8. “Bargaining with Patriarchy”: Miskito Struggles over Family Land in the Honduran Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve / Sharlene Mollett (p.197-214) -- Part III. Moving Forward: Opportunities, Constraints, and Negotiations -- Chapter 9. Mutual Gains and Distributive Ideologies in South Africa: Theorizing Negotiations between Communities and Protected Areas / Derick A. Fay (p.217-240) -- Chapter 10. Conservation and Maya Autonomy in Guatemala’s Western Highlands: The Case of Totonicapán / Brian W. Conz (p.241-260) -- Chapter 11. Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Territories and Areas in the High Himalaya: Recognition and Rights in Nepal’s National Parks / Stan Stevens (p.261-282) -- Chapter 12. Advancing the New Paradigm: Implementation, Challenges, and Potential / Stan Stevens (p.283-312) -- References (p.313-360) -- Editor and Contributors (p.361-364) -- Illustration Credits (p.365-366) -- Index (p.367-380)Sujet RAMEAU: Nature Effets de l'homme | Autochtones Terres | Autochtones Relations avec l'État | Environnement Protection | Politique de l'environnement | Conservation des ressources naturelles | Propriété foncière Politique publique | Réserves naturelles Politique publique | Nature Effect of human beings on | Indigenous peoples Land tenure | Indigenous peoples Government relations | Environmental protection | Environmental policy | Conservation of natural resources | Land tenure Government policy | Natural areas Government policyThématique spécifique: Territoire indigène | Autochtone | Parc national | Droits de l'homme | Protection de la nature | Espace naturel protégé | AgricultureGéographique: Afrique du sud | Australie | Canada | Himalaya | Honduras | Népal | Pérou | GuatemalaType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Bibliogr. p. 313-360. Index.

This passionate, well-researched book makes a compelling case for a paradigm shift in conservation practice. It explores new policies and practices, which offer alternatives to exclusionary, uninhabited national parks and wilderness areas and make possible new kinds of protected areas that recognize Indigenous peoples' rights and benefit from their knowledge and conservation contributions

Acknowledgments (p.ix-x)) --
Abbreviations (p.xi-xiv) --
Introduction / Stan Stevens (p.3-12) --
Part I. Rethinking Protected Areas and Indigenous Peoples -- Chapter 1. Indigenous Peoples, Biocultural Diversity, and Protected Areas / Stan Stevens (p.15-46) --
Chapter 2. A New Protected Area Paradigm / Stan Stevens (p.47-83) --
Chapter 3. Community-Oriented Protected Areas for Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities: Indigenous Protected Areas in Australia / Marcia Langton, Lisa Palmer, and Zane Ma Rhea (p.84-107) --
Chapter 4. A Tale of Three Parks: Tlingit Conservation, Representation, and Repatriation in Southeastern Alaska’s National Parks / Thomas F. Thornton (p.108-130) --
Part II. Complexity and Critiques -- Chapter 5. National Parks in the Canadian North: Comanagement or Colonialism Revisited? / John Sandlos (p.133-149) --
Chapter 6. State Governmentality or Indigenous Sovereignty?: Protected Area Comanagement in the Ashaninka Communal Reserve in Peru / Emily Caruso (p.150-171) --
Chapter 7. Green Neoliberal Space: The Mesoamerican Biological Corridor / Mary Finley-Brook (p.172-196) --
Chapter 8. “Bargaining with Patriarchy”: Miskito Struggles over Family Land in the Honduran Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve / Sharlene Mollett (p.197-214) --
Part III. Moving Forward: Opportunities, Constraints, and Negotiations -- Chapter 9. Mutual Gains and Distributive Ideologies in South Africa: Theorizing Negotiations between Communities and Protected Areas / Derick A. Fay (p.217-240) --
Chapter 10. Conservation and Maya Autonomy in Guatemala’s Western Highlands: The Case of Totonicapán / Brian W. Conz (p.241-260) --
Chapter 11. Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Territories and Areas in the High Himalaya: Recognition and Rights in Nepal’s National Parks / Stan Stevens (p.261-282) --
Chapter 12. Advancing the New Paradigm: Implementation, Challenges, and Potential / Stan Stevens (p.283-312) --
References (p.313-360) --
Editor and Contributors (p.361-364) --
Illustration Credits (p.365-366) --
Index (p.367-380)

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