Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings.

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Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings, Page: 1-149

Publication Year:
1996
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https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/envs_facpub/197; https://works.bepress.com/mark_brunson/105; https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/envs_facpub/102; https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/envs_facpub/100
Author(s):
Brunson, Mark W.; Kruger, Linda E.; Tyler, Catherine B; Schroeder, Susan A.
Publisher(s):
United States Department of Agriculture. Forest Service. Pacific Northwest Research Station.
Tags:
Ecosystem management; social acceptability; environmental ethics; social values; landscape aesthetics; public participation; definition; ecosystem management; Environmental Sciences
news description
This compendium of papers was developed in response to the assumption that implementing an ecological approach to forest management requires an understanding of socially acceptable forestry -- what it is and the implications of doing it. The papers in this collection bring to bear perspectives from a variety of social science disciplines and question whether the focus on social acceptability is an appropriate and useful one.