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Journal of

@inproceedings{Long1998JournalO,
  title={Journal of},
  author={Norman Long and Liu Jinlong},
  year={1998}
}
This paper aims to demonstrate the advantages of adopting an ethnographic, actor interface approach to understanding the ongoing dynamics of rural development and policy intervention processes. It does so through the discussion of an EU-funded project orientated to introducing village-level forest-management practices in north-west China. The case highlights the ongoing everyday struggles over livelihoods and resources and focuses on the negotiations that take place between the various social… Expand

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