• Political Science
  • Published 2007

Natural resource management methodology: Lessons for complex community settings

@inproceedings{Bishop2007NaturalRM,
  title={Natural resource management methodology: Lessons for complex community settings},
  author={Brian Bishop and Alison Browne},
  year={2007}
}
Natural resource management (NRM) is being seen increasingly as involving complex ecological and social/political settings and thus requiring changes to the research and development (R&D) adopted in the past. NRM R&D has been characterised by predominately positivistic and reductionistic methodologies. Recent attempts to deal with complexity in NRM settings required input from many scientific disciplines including the social sciences. It also involved the use of contextual approaches the nature… CONTINUE READING

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