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Conservation and Society
An interdisciplinary journal exploring linkages between society, environment and development
Conservation and Society
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Conservation and Society Conservation and Society is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary open access journal dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of conservation.

Conservation and Society was recognised as having high impact in the recent Australian Research Council evaluations of scholarly publications. Conservation & Society has been included in Scopus.

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2014  July-September | Vol  12 | Issue  3
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Special Section: Rational actor legacy
Introduction: Moving Beyond the 'Rational Actor' in Environmental Governance and Conservation
Nicole D Peterson, Cindy Isenhour
In this brief introduction, we examine the themes and issues that link the three papers in this special section. In each case, neoliberal conservation practices appear to be predicated on a certain ki...
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Special Section: Rational actor legacy
From Community Conservation to the Lone (Forest) Ranger: Accumulation by Conservation in a Mexican Forest
Molly Doane
This paper explores the paradigm shift from 1990s models of community conservation that encoded environmentalist praxis within legal and cadastral frameworks, to recent attempts to encode environmenta...
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Special Section: Rational actor legacy
Breaking the Bounds of Rationality: Values, Relationships, and Decision-making in Mexican Fishing Communities
Nicole D Peterson
In fishing communities in Baja California Sur, Mexico, fisheries management is heavily influenced by models of individual economic rationality held by biologists and others involved in management, in ...
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