The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs: Rethinking the Boundaries (Palgrave Studies in Anthropology of Sustainability) Hardcover – 7 Oct 2017
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NGOs have become hired guns of states and corporations. They also masquerade as a counter-balance to both, the medium of civil society and a fertile soil for strong democracy. This book reconsiders the boundaries of NGOs and their shifting nature in relations to capitalism, markets, governments, and each other. A must-read for the environmentalist and broader NGO-dependent world.
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This book explores how NGOs have been influential in shaping global biodiversity, conservation policy, and practice. It encapsulates a growing body of literature that has questioned the mandates, roles, and effectiveness of these organizations–and the critique of these critics. This volume seeks to nurture an open conversation about contemporary NGO practices through analysis and engagement.See all Product description
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