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Author Medin, Douglas L.

Title Culture and resource conflict : why meanings matter / Douglas L. Medin, Norbert O. Ross, Douglas G. Cox
Published New York : Russell Sage Foundation, ©2006
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 223 pages) : illustrations
Contents Ch. 1. Contexts -- Ch. 2. Why meanings matter : culture, concepts, and behavior -- Ch. 3. The study of culture : a framework for theory and methodology -- Ch. 4. Categorization in cultural perspective -- Ch. 5. Contemporary setting and conflicts -- Ch. 6. Ethnographic and historical background -- Ch. 7. The folkbiology of freshwater fish -- Ch. 8. Ecological orientation -- Ch. 9. Values, attitudes, and practices -- Ch. 10. Intra- and intergroup perception of goals and values -- Ch. 11. Fishing : cultural changes -- Ch. 12. Hunting and forest ecology -- Ch. 13. Ecological and value ratings -- Ch. 14. Reported and perceived hunting values -- Ch. 15. Why meanings matter -- Ch. 16. Summary and implications
Summary "Based on detailed ethnographic and experimental research. Culture and Resource Conflict finds that Native American and European American hunters and fisherman have differing approaches - or mental models - with respect to fish and game, and that these differences lead to misunderstanding, stereotyping, and conflict. Menominees view the practice of hunting and fishing for sport as a sign of a lack of respect for nature. Whites, on the other hand define respect for nature more in terms of resource management and conservation." "Combining the strengths of psychology and anthropology, Culture and Resource Conflict shows how misunderstanding the motives of others can lead to hostility and conflict. As debates over natural resources range worldwide, this unique book demonstrates the obstacles that must be overcome for different groups to reach consensus over environmental policy."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-212) and index
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Subject Culture conflict -- Wisconsin
Human ecology -- Wisconsin
Menominee Indians -- Fishing -- Wisconsin
Menominee Indians -- Hunting -- Wisconsin
Nature -- Effect of human beings on -- Wisconsin
Culture conflict.
Ethnic relations.
Human ecology.
Manners and customs.
Nature -- Effect of human beings on.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General.
Wisconsin -- Ethnic relations
Wisconsin -- Social life and customs
Wisconsin.
Form Electronic book
Author Cox, Douglas G.
Ross, Norbert (Norbert O.)
ISBN 161044390X
9781610443906