Skip to main content Accesibility Help
×
×
Home
  • Get access
    Check if you have access via personal or institutional login
  • Cited by 3
  • Cited by
    This chapter has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.

    KC, Birendra Morais, Duarte B Peterson, M Nils Seekamp, Erin and Smith, Jordan W 2017. Social network analysis of wildlife tourism microentrepreneurial network. Tourism and Hospitality Research, p. 146735841771567.

    Alexander, Steven M. and Armitage, Derek 2015. A Social Relational Network Perspective for MPA Science. Conservation Letters, Vol. 8, Issue. 1, p. 1.

    Rapp, Johanna 2015. Generating Social Network Data. p. 779.

    ×
  • Print publication year: 2011
  • Online publication date: June 2012

6 - Who and how: engaging well-connected fishers in social networks to improve fisheries management and conservation

from Part II - Case studies
Summary

Introduction

The Loreto Bay National Marine Park was conceived as a people-oriented park where protection and sustainable use of marine resources were to be achieved. There have been advances towards these goals since the park was created, but the involvement of resource users in natural resource management and conservation still remains a challenge as in many other people-oriented parks worldwide (Brechin et al., 2002; Wilshusen et al., 2002; Adams et al., 2004). Many factors determine in what aspects, when, and how resource users could be involved in resource management and conservation. However, in all cases natural resource managers face the issue of identifying and involving resource users who could spread ideas and practices to improve natural resource management and conservation. This issue becomes increasingly relevant in large-scale initiatives (e.g. ecosystem-based management initiatives) where it is more effective and efficient to find representatives who can participate in planning processes and then communicate with, and engage, their peers (Layzer, 2008; Kubo and Supriyanto, 2010). Thus, the issue of identifying and involving resource users is also affected by the scale at which a management and conservation initiative is intended.

Recommend this book

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Social Networks and Natural Resource Management
  • Online ISBN: 9780511894985
  • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511894985
Please enter your name
Please enter a valid email address
Who would you like to send this to *
×
References
Adams, W. M.Aveling, R.Brockington, D. 2004 Biodiversity conservation and the eradication of povertyScience 306 1146
Agrawal, A.Gibson, C. C. 1999 Enchantment and disenchantment: the role of community in natural resource conservationWorld Development 27 629
Ashby, J. 2003 Introduction: uniting science and participation in the process of innovation – research for developmentPound, B.Snapp, S.McDougall, C.Braun, A.Managing Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods. Uniting Science and ParticipationLondonIDRC and Earthscan Books1
Bechara, A.Bar-On, R. 2006 Neurological substrates of emotional and social intelligence: evidence from patients with focal brain lesionsCacioppo, J. T.Visser, P. S.Pickett, C. L.Social Neuroscience. People Thinking about Thinking PeopleCambridge, MAMIT Press13
Berkes, F. 2004 Rethinking community-based conservationConservation Biology 18 621
Blau, P. M. 1964 Exchange and Power in Social LifeNew York, NYWiley
Bodin, O.Crona, B. 2009 The role of social networks in natural resource governance: what relational patterns make a difference?Global Environmental Change 19 366
Bonacich, P. 1987 Power and centrality: a family of measuresAmerican Journal of Sociology 92 1170
Borgatti, S. P.Everett, M. G. 2006 A graph-theoretic perspective on centralitySocial Networks 28 466
Borgatti, S. P.Everett, M. G.Freeman, L. C. 2002 UCINET for Windows: Software for Social Network AnalysisHarvard, MAAnalytic Technologies
Borgatti, S. P.Foster, P. C. 2003 The network paradigm in organizational research: a review and typologyJournal of Management 29 991
Brass, D. J. 1984 Being in the right place: a structural analysis of individual influence in an organizationAdministrative Science Quarterly 29 518
Brechin, S. R.Wilshusen, P. R.Fortwangler, C. L.West, P. C. 2002 Beyond the square wheel: toward a more comprehensive understanding of biodiversity conservation as social and political processSociety and Natural Resources 15 41
Brown, J. S.Duguid, P. 2000 The Social Life of InformationBoston, MAHarvard Business School Press
Christy, F. T. 1996 The death of open access and the advent of property right regimes in fisheriesMarine Resource Economics 11 287
CONANP 2002 Programa de Manejo Parque Nacional Bahía de Loreto, MéxicoMéxico, D.F.Comision Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas y Secretaria del Ambiente y Recursos Naturales
Cook, K. S.Whitmeyer, J. M. 1992 Two approaches to social structure: exchange theory and network analysisAnnual Review of Sociology 18 109
Crona, B.Bodin, O. 2006 What you know is who you know? Communication patterns among resource users as a prerequisite for co-managementEcology and Society 11 7
Earle, T. C.Cvetkovich, G. T. 1995 Social Trust. Toward a Cosmopolitan SocietyWestport, CTPraeger
Ewert, A. W.Baker, D. C.Bissix, G. C. 2004 Integrated Resource and Environmental Management. The Human DimensionNew York, NYCABI Publishing
Freeman, L. C. 1979 Centrality in networks: I. Conceptual clarificationSocial Networks 1 215
Gatewood, J. B.McCay, B. J. 1990 Comparison of job-satisfaction in 6 New-Jersey fisheries – implications for managementHuman Organization 49 14
Goleman, D. 1998 What makes a leader?Harvard Business Review9
Granovetter, M. 1985 Economic action and social structure: the problem of embeddednessAmerican Journal of Sociology 91 481
Gutiérrez-Barreras, J. A. 2001 Reporte marino y costero del Municipio de Loreto, BCS, MéxicoLoreto, Baja California SurGEA y PNBL
Ingram, P.Clay, K. 2000 The choice-within-constraints new institutionalism and implications for sociologyAnnual Review of Sociology 26 525
Krackhardt, D.Hanson, J. R. 1993 Informal networks: the company behind the chartsHarvard Business Review 71 104
Kubo, H.Supriyanto, B. 2010 From fence-and-fine to participatory conservation: mechanisms of transformation in conservation governance at the Gunung Halimun-Salak National Park, IndonesiaBiodiversity Conservation 19 1785
Layzer, J. A. 2008 Natural Experiments: Ecosystem-based Management and the EnvironmentCambridge, MAMIT Press
Lévi-Strauss, C. 1969 The Elementary Structure of KinshipBoston, MABeacon
Locke, H.Dearden, P. 2005 Rethinking protected area categories and the new paradigmEnvironmental Conservation 32 1
Maiolo, J. R.Johnson, J. 1988
Mansuri, G.Rao, V. 2004 Community-based and -driven development: a critical reviewThe World Bank Research Observer 19 1
Mascia, M. B.Brosius, J. P.Dobson, T. A. 2003 Conservation and the social sciencesConservation Biology 17 649
Molm, L. D. 2003 Theoretical comparisons of forms of exchangeSociological Theory 21 1
Molm, L. D.Takahashi, N.Peterson, G. 2000 Risk and trust in social exchange: an experimental test of a classical propositionAmerican Journal of Sociology 105 1396
Noteboom, B. 2007 Social capital, institutions and trustReview of Social Economy LXV 29
Ostrom, E. 1990 Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective ActionNew York, NYCambridge University Press
Ostrom, E. 1999 Coping with tragedies of the commonsAnnual Review of Political Science 2 493
Ostrom, E.Gardner, R.Walker, J. 1994 Rules, Games, and Common-pool ResourcesAnn Arbor, MIUniversity of Michigan Press
Pahl-Wostl, C.Hare, M. 2004 Processes of social learning in integrated resource managementJournal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 14 193
Prell, C.Hubacek, K.Quinn, C.Reed, M. S. 2008 Who’s in the network?’ When stakeholders influence data analysisSystemic Practice and Action Research 21 443
Pretty, J.Smith, D. 2004 Social capital in biodiversity conservation and managementConservation Biology 18 631
Ramirez-Sanchez, S. 2007
Ramirez-Sanchez, S.Pinkerton, E. 2009 The impact of resource scarcity on bonding and bridging social capital: the case of fishers’ information-sharing networks in Loreto, BCS, MexicoEcology and Society 14 22
Songorwa, A.Buhrs, T.Hughey, K. F. D. 2000 Community-based wildlife management in Africa: a critical review of the literatureNatural Resource Journal 40 604
Stiles, R. G. 1972 Fishermen, wives and radios: aspects of communication in a Newfoundland fishing communityAndersen, R.Wadel, C.North Atlantic Fishermen. Anthropological Essays on Modern FishingSt. Johns, Newfoundland and LabradorInstitute for Social and Economic Research (ISER)35
Triantaphyllou, E. 2000 Multi-criteria Decision Making Methods: A Comparative Study. Applied Optimization Series DordrechtKluwer Academic
Vandergeest, P. 2006 CBNRM communities in actionTyler, S. R.Communities, Livelihoods and Natural Resources. Action Research and Policy Change in AsiaIntermediate Technologies Development Group Publishing/International Development Research Centre321
Wasserman, S.Faust, K. 1999 Social Network Analysis. Methods and ApplicationsCambridgeCambridge University Press
Wilshusen, P. R.Brechin, S. R.Fortwangler, C. L.West, P. C. 2002 Reinventing a square wheel: critique of a resurgent protection paradigm in international biodiversity conservationSociety and Natural Resources 15 17