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Agriculture, Foraging, and Wildlife Resource Use in Africa: Cultural and Political Dynamics in the Zambezi Valley

Richard Hasler

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ISBN 10: 071030515X / ISBN 13: 9780710305152
Published by Kegan Paul
Used Condition: Used - Like New Hardcover
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0th Edition. 1996. Hardcover. Fine. Bookseller Inventory # mgj0300

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Title: Agriculture, Foraging, and Wildlife Resource...

Publisher: Kegan Paul

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Used - Like New

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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Can wildlife utilization become a sustainable alternative means of land usage? This anthropological study reveals the intricate web of socio-cultural forces at play in wildlife management in Africa, shedding light on many issues central to the management of natural resources around the world. Based on two years of fieldwork in a remote part of the Zambezi valley, where buffalos and elephants compete with foragers and stream-bank cultivators and where safari operators, spirit mediums and wildlife committees exert conflicting rights over natural resources, this book charts the progress of Zimbabwe's experiment in the use of wildlife for the benefit of local communities through the Communal Areas Management Program for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE). CAMPFIRE aims to redirect control and benefits of state-run wildlife management through local community-based wildlife utilization common property regimes. Focusing on the cultural and political dynamics associated with wildlife use, Hasler's book describes the village context, where conflicting and ambiguous rights, and vested interests in natural resources from ward, district, national and global levels, result in a confusion of jurisdictions concerning use, ownership and access to wildlife.

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