J. Shultis

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Our culture has seldom been inclined to confront the profound changes that accompany technological innovation. Like a carrot prompting a cart horse, technology entices us forward in a way that keeps us from noticing much about the road ahead, each offering results in such a slight movement that by the time we realize we are far from home, no serious(More)
of his article that he generously provided at an early date. All management decisions, whether based on empirical data or not, are expressed within the rubric of existing sociopolitical ideologies. At the beginning of the 21st century, a major social force affecting protected areas is the growth of neo-conservatism. Like the Keynesian system before it,(More)
politics; often politics exercises its power not on but through dominant institutional structures, priorities, and practices. Almost invisibly, this latter type of influence implicitly and systematically legitimizes hegemonic institutions and practices, making it difficult for the status quo to be questioned or changed (Harding 1992). Yet it seems difficult(More)
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