Culture, Conflict, And Communication In The Wildland-urban Interface: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Culture, Conflict, And Communication In The Wildland-urban Interface

1st Edition

By Alan W Ewert


430 pages

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Hardback: 9780367011512
pub: 2019-04-18

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An examination of culture, conflict and communication in a rural/urban setting.

Table of Contents

Preface -- The Wildland-Urban Interface: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities -- Research in the Wildland-Urban Interface: Directions and Issues -- Issues and Opportunities on the Urban Forest Interface -- Wildland Recreation and Urban Society: Critical Perspectives -- Cultural Diversity and Ethnicity -- Ethnic Identity: A New Avenue for Understanding Leisure and Recreation Preferences -- Outdoor Recreation and Mexican American Ethnicity: A Benefits Perspective -- The New Environmental Paradigm and Hispanic Cultural Influence -- Access and Boundary Maintenance: Serving Culturally Diverse Populations -- The Tyranny of Metaphor: Interracial Relations, Minority Recreation, and the Wildland-Urban Interface -- Communication: Patterns and Issues -- Strategies in Intercultural Communication for Natural Resource Agencies -- An Overview of Recent Advancements in Persuasion Theory and Their Relevance to Natural Resource Management -- Principles for Effective Cross-Cultural Communication -- Language, Native People, and Land Management in Alaska -- The Influence of Activities, Sites, and Visitor Characteristics -- A Qualitative Approach to Understanding Recreation Experiences: Central American Recreation on the National Forests of Southern California -- Social Order in Outdoor Leisure Settings -- The Sociocultural Meanings of Outdoor Recreation Places -- El Yunque or the Caribbean National Forest? Meaning, Management, and Culture in the Urban-Tropical Forest Interface -- Family Diversity, Secondary Activities, and Developed Camping -- Behaviors and Land Ethics -- Building Multicultural Responsiveness into Outdoor Recreation Management -- Cultural Foundations For Leisure Preference, Behavior, and Environmental Orientation -- Cultural Resources in the National Forests: Perspectives from Forest Service Employees -- Research in Land Ethics: The Problems of Ethnicity, Culture, and Methods -- Policy, Planning, and Management -- Strategic Planning: Agency Responses to Changing Management Environments -- Outdoor Recreation Policy Implementation on National Forests in Southern California: Coping to Manage Under Hostile Conditions -- Governance in the Wildland-Urban Interface: A Normative Guide for Natural Resource Managers -- Protecting People and Resources From Wildfire: Conflict in the Interface -- Assessing Ethnic Group Participation in Federal Land Management Agency Public Involvement Processes -- Cumulative Issues: Integrating Research and Management -- Culture, Conflict, and Communications on Leisure at the Wildland-Urban Interface -- Land Use Development and Forest Ecosystems: Linking Research and Management in the Central Sierra -- Evolving an Integration Between Research and Management -- Looking to the Future

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