Social complexity, ethnography and coastal resource management in the Philippines
Research on coastal resource management (CRM) in the Philippines has been undertaken from multiple disciplinary perspectives, and has argued for continued consideration of local-level social contexts and conditions. In this article we argue that social complexity within coastal communities is deserving of greater attention by practitioners and analysts of CRM. Using ethnographic methods based on long-term anthropological fieldwork in three different locations of the Philippines, we demonstrate...[Show more]
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