Development and Conservation

Development and Conservation - When you try to introduce...

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Development and Conservation 2009-04-23 Development: Policies intended to improve economic, political, and social well- being of a country and its citizens Conservation: Policies intended to preserve ecosystems and biodiversity Commonalities: Development and Conservation both: Operate on many scales Try to change human behavior to achieve objective “North” “South” US helps central and south America…. May be seen as neocolonalists Role of Anthropologists: Critical Research (Outsiders) Applied Research (Insider)- more involved Overinnovation: A project that requires major changes in people’s daily lives
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Unformatted text preview: When you try to introduce too much change at once it is more likely to fail Underdifferentaion A project that views all developing countries as alike and adopts a uniform approach Both: ignore cultural context Conservations: Key terms Ecosystem- Bases (Yellowstone Model) wilderness areas may have long history of human habitation and use Community- Based Communities are not homogeneous Market-based (Neoliberal) What is the impact of integrating people into the cast economy? 2009-04-23 2009-04-23...
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