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    • Markets Drive the Specialization Strategies of Forest Peoples 

      Ruiz-Pérez, Manuel; Belcher, Brian; Achdiawan, Ramadhani; Alexiades, Miguel; Aubertin, Catherine; Caballero, Javier; Campbell, Bruce; Clement, Charles; Cunningham, Tony; Fantini, Alfredo; de Foresta, Hubert; Fernández, Carmen García; Gautam, Krishna H.; Martínez, Paul Hersch; de Jong, Wil; Kusters, Koen; Kutty, M. Govindan; López, Citlalli; Fu, Maoyi; Alfaro, Miguel Angel Martínez; Raghavan Nair, T.K.; Ndoye, Ousseynou; Ocampo, Rafael; Rai, Nitin; Ricker, Martin; Schreckenberg, Kate; Shackleton, Sheona; Shanley, Patricia; Sunderland, Terry; Youn, Yeo-Chang (Resilience Alliance, 2004)
      Engagement in the market changes the opportunities and strategies of forest-related peoples. Efforts to support rural development need to better understand the potential importance of markets and way people respond to them. ...
    • The relationship between forest research and forest management in China: an analysis of four leading Chinese forestry journals 

      Ruiz Pérez, M.; Fu, M.; Xie, J.; Yang, X.; Belcher, Brian (Commonwealth Forestry Association, 2004)
      We analyse the collaboration between forestry research institutions and forestry departments in China based on a bibliometric study of four leading Chinese forestry journals. Multiple-authored papers are frequent, and ...
    • Spinning the Globe : How Children Touch the World 

      Jones, Shelley (Centre for Cross-Faculty Inquiry, Faculty in Education, University of British Columbia, 2003)
    • Toward a Technography of Everyday Life: The Methodological Legacy of James W. Carey's Ecology of Technoculture as Communication 

      Vannini, Phillip; Vannini, April S.; Hodson, Jaigris (SAGE Publications, 2009)
      This article identifies Carey's contributions to the concept of technoculture and attempts to systematize his writings on communication, culture, and technology in order to craft a methodological strategy for the study of ...