Beyond proprietorship : Murphree's laws on community-based natural resource management in Southern Africa /

Dr Marshall Murphree is a prominent scholar in the fields of common property theory, rural development, and natural resource management. After graduating from the London School of Economics with a doctorate in social anthropology, he returned home to Zimbabwe to work as a missionary before joining t...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Mukamuri, Billy B., Manjengwa, J. M., Anstey, Simon.
Format: eBook
Published: Harare : Ottawa : Weaver Press ; International Development Research Centre, ©2009.
Table of Contents:
  • "Contents"; "1 Introduction"; "2 Murphree's Laws, Principles, Rules & Definitions"; "3 Rethinking the Building Blocks: A Critique of Demand Driven Decentralisation in Chizvirizvi Resettlement Area in Chiredzi District of Zimbabwe"; "4 Beacon & Barometer: CBNRM & evolutions in Local Democracy in Southern Africa"; "5 Global-local linkages: The meanings of CBNRM in global conservation politics"; "6 Rural Institutions: Challenges and Prospects for the active participation in Natural Resources Governance in Zimbabwe."
  • "7 More than Socially Embedded: The Distinctive Character of "Communal Tenure" Regimes in South Africa & its Implications for Policy";"8 Conflicts & Commercialization Pressures over Forest Resources in the Post-Fast Track Land Reform Context in Zimbabwe: A case of Seke Communal Lands"; "9 Gender Issues Surrounding Water Development & Management in Chishawasha Settlement Area"; "10 Participatory Development of Community-based Management Plans for Livestock Feed Resources in Semi-arid Areas of Zimbabwe: Experiences from Lower Guruve District."
  • "11 Local Environmental Action Planning: Making it Work";"12 Trying to Make Sense of it All: Dealing with the Complexities of Community Based Natural Resource Management"; "13 Taking Murphree's Principles into the Future: The Research & Development Issues for CBNRM Initiatives in Southern Africa"; "Notes on Contributors."