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Forest property in the Vietnamese uplands

Phuc Xuan To

Forest property in the Vietnamese uplands

an ethnography of forest relations in three Dao villages

by Phuc Xuan To

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Published by Lit, Distributed by Transaction Publishers in Münster, Piscataway, NJ .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yao (Southeast Asian people) -- Land tenure -- Vietnam -- Case studies,
  • Forest policy -- Vietnam -- Citizen participation,
  • Community forests -- Vietnam -- Management,
  • Right of property -- Vietnam -- Case studies,
  • Yao (Southeast Asian people) -- Vietnam -- Economic conditions,
  • Forest management -- Vietnam -- Phú Thọ,
  • Forest management -- Vietnam -- Hòa Bình,
  • Forest management -- Vietnam -- Hà Tây,
  • Politcal ecology -- Vietnam -- Case studies,
  • Villages -- Vietnam -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-262).

    StatementPhuc Xuan To ; editors, Solvay Gerke, Hans-Dieter Evers.
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesZEF development studies -- Bd. 6
    ContributionsGerke, Solvay., Evers, Hans-Dieter., Universität Bonn. Zentrum für Entwicklungsforschung.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS556.45.Y36 T63 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination274 p. :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22692649M
    ISBN 103825807738
    ISBN 109783825807733
    LC Control Number2008386454

    Free in the Forest: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese central Highlands, [Gerald Cannon Hickey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Free in the Forest: Ethnohistory of the Vietnamese central Highlands, Author: Gerald Hickey.   Succession of secondary forest after shifting cultivation is crucial for the recovery of forest. Because succession process is much different depending on types of vegetation, disturbance regimes, and natural conditions, it is concluded that, studies on secondary forest succession after shifting cultivation should be conducted on a local scale to take into account local-specific factors, which Author: Tran Van Do, Akira Osawa, Nguyen Toan Thang.

    Property, State and Society in Vietnam. Thomas Sikor 1 with an introduction by Hue-Tam Ho Tai and Mark Sidel. Introduction: What is property? Vietnamese Perspectives. What is property? What do rights to property cover and what are their limits? To whom do these rights belong? In an era where everything can become a commodity, be branded. Kayano Shigeru is probably the last person who could have written a book like this. The Ainu weren't even recognized as an indigenous people in Japan until , and by that point it was mostly too little, too are less than a dozen fluent speakers of the Ainu language left, most of whom are in their 80s, out of only around ~20, (officially-counted) Ainu in Japan, and in another /5.

    Common Property and Community Responses in Vietnam's Shifting Uplands / Pamela McElwee 4."Forest Thieves": State Resource Policies, Market Forces, Struggles over Livelihood and Meanings of Nature in a Northwestern Valley of Vietnam / Hoang Cam. Developing the Vietnamese Academy of Forest Sciences to a world-class advanced research organization that conducts scientific research and develops technology to support forestry development, increasing the contribution of forestry sciences to socio-economic development and environmental protection in the country and region.


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