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This volume analyses the dynamic relations between people and national parks and assesses these in southern Africa against broader experiences in postcolonial societies.
It draws examples from a broad range of situations and by: This volume analyses the dynamic relations between people and national parks and assesses these in southern Africa against broader experiences in postcolonial societies.
It draws examples from a broad range of situations and places. This volume analyses the dynamic relations between people and national parks and assesses these in southern Africa against broader experiences in postcolonial societies. It draws examples from a broad range of situations and : Springer Netherlands.
Get this from a library. Parks and people in postcolonial societies: experiences in Southern Africa. [Maano Ramutsindela] -- "This volume analyses the dynamic relations between people and national parks and assesses these in southern Africa against broader experiences in postcolonial societies.
It draws examples from a. Society-nature dualism and human gradation --The imprint of imparkation in southern Africa --The consequences of national parks --New nations and old parks --(Dis)continuities: property regimes in nature conservation --Searching for a people-nature matrix --The packaging of community benefits --Transfrontier parks: new regimes and old.
P-rated researcher Dr Maano Ramutsindela's new book, Parks and People in Postcolonial Societies: Experiences in Southern Africa, published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, examines some pertinent issues around our national parks, born out of the old colonial system and reflected in examples in our neighbouring countries.
"The post-independence scenario is that people are still being removed from. Parks and People in Postcolonial Societies: About this book Against the background of colonial and postcolonial experiences, this volume shows that power relations and stereotypes embedded in the original Western idea of a national park are a continuing reality of contemporary national and transnational parks.
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I joined the Department of Environmental & Geographical Science at the University of Cape Town in My background as a human geographer dates back to my years at the University of the North (Turfloop), where (Bra) Sipho Talane cultivated my interest in South Africa's socio-political and development challenges and the world economy.
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