11Has anyone heard which essay question shemight be asking??I think it's the default framing question, 2 kids took this class last semester and said they had thisquestion Fuckkkkk me up goddamn^^^^^^^^What she said^The dude i talked to said the same thing with default framing as well as his tests had the same essayquestions as all our testsYeah it seems she hasn’t changed shit from the last semester so fuck yeah if it ends up being thatShe’s too busy drinking whiskey and cursing.. Damn it Savanna hahahaCatch her in PB this weekendHahahaha Id buy her a drinkStudy Questions Anth 353/Sustn 353Week 13Borgerhoff-Mulder pp. 129-136 Why are offshore fisheries prone to depletion? (p130)They are a common pool resource, also before the 20th century fishing ocean fish was not regulated.How does the author define a ‘common-pool resource’? (p130)Resources for which exclusion is difficult and joint involves subtractractibily. What are ‘social dilemmas’? (p131)Whenever an individual's decision to maximise short term leads to a situation that leaves the rest ofthe people in the community to be left worse off. What is the inevitable outcome of Hardin’s ‘tragedy of the commons’ model and what were his prescriptions to overcome the outcome? (p132)Self interest can ultimately lead to destruction of your own resource. Privatization of the commons or state regulation must happen to avoid depletionSummarize the differences between open access and common property. (p134)Common property someone can own and lease grazing rights, also state can take over it and pick who uses it. Open access is a an area that an individual can take advantage of it and have no regulation. What was the key flaw in Hardin’s argument? (p134)He assumed that most of them were open access and didn't take common property into consideration.
Commons failed to differentiate between the resource type and the property rights regime that has control over it-Not all common pool resources are “open access”-Privatization/ nationalization of common pool resources does NOT assure sustainable use Why are small-scale communities conducive to successful common-property regimes? (p135)Relations are stable and people communicate on a daily basis1.There are boundaries2.Everyone participates in management 3.There is cost/ benefits for everyone to maintain the environmentOrlove pp. 173-208Describe how totorais planted and how it used to create islands. (p180)It was planted by local villagers who used grafts off of parent plants. Locals villagers made huge mats of reeds and would layer them on the water.What happened to the amount of totora harvested when villagers shifted from using yellow totora to greentotora? (188) Went up a lot…People began stealing torta Summarize the ownership of totora beds. (p188)Community controlled plots regulated by the villagers.