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Dynamics of Social-ecological Traps: The Case of Small-scale fisheries in the Philippines

Amparo, Jennifer


This thesis is focused on understanding human-environment interactions that drive a system into a social-ecological trap, a persistently unsustainable and undesirable social-ecological system. Recent research on social-ecological traps points to some gaps in the conceptualisation and analysis of these resilient yet pathological social-ecological systems. A more social-ecological conceptualisation of a social-ecological trap, which includes path dependence, human agency and external factors...[Show more]

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Date published: 2021
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/404S-9Y87


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