More-than-water, more-than-human: a transdisciplinary sociology of water conflict in central Iran
Water conflict situations represent an intense meeting point of society and nature, particularly in terms of increasing water demand and diminishing resources. However, less tangible interactions also occur in these situations: between hydraulic infrastructure, governments, science and communities. Such connections are often left unidentified because of the assumption of the division between culture and nature and between the human and the nonhuman as separate...[Show more]
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