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Collaborative resilience : moving through crisis to opportunity

Author: Bruce Evan Goldstein
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2012.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Evan Goldstein
ISBN: 9780262016537 0262016532 9780262516457 0262516454
OCLC Number: 710045057
Description: xi, 405 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: crisis and collaborative resilience / Bruce Evan Goldstein --
Understanding collaboration. Planning resilient communities: insights from experiences with risky technologies / Connie P. Ozawa --
Leaping forward: building resilience by communicating vulnerability / Moira L. Zellner, Charles J. Hoch, and Eric W. Welch --
Complex systems, anticipation, and collaborative planning for resilience / Sanda Kaufman --
The study of slow / Jana Carp --
Creating the climate change resilient community / John Randolph --
Collaborative resilience case studies. A. Reaching consensus. --
Conflict and collaboration in defining the "desired state": the case of Cozumel, Mexico / Luis A. Bojórquez-Tapia and Hallie Eakin --
Getting to resilience in a climate-protected community: early problem-solving choices, ideas, and governance philosophy / Edward P. Weber --
Collaborative planning to create a network of Fisherfolk organizations in the Caribbean / Patrick McConney and Terrence Phillips --
Collective transitions and community resilience in the face of enduring trauma / E. Franklin Dukes, Jill Williams, and Steven Kelban --
B. Advocating change. Fostering collaborative resilience through adaptive comanagement: reconciling theory and practice in the management of fisheries in the Mekong region / Robert Arthur, Richard Friend, and Melissa Marschke --
Resilient politics and a place-based ethics of care: rethinking the city through the District Six Museum in Cape Town, South Africa / Karen E. Till--
Shadow networks, social learning, and collaborating through crisis: building resilient forest-based communities in Northern Ontario, Canada / Ryan Bullock, Derek Armitage, and Bruce Mitchell --
Collaborating for transformative resilience: shared identity in the U.S. fire learning network / Bruce Evan Goldstein and William Hale Butler --
Conclusion: Communicative resilience / Bruce Evan Goldstein.
Responsibility: edited by Bruce Evan Goldstein.

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