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  • The Right to Resist: Disciplining Civil Society at Rio+20 

    Catherine Corson; Bridget Brady; Ahdi Zuber; Julianna Lord; Angela Kim (The Journal of Peasant Studies, 2015)
    Drawing on a collaborative ethnographic study of the United Nations (UN) Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) and its preparatory meetings, we examine how the official UN ‘participatory’ process for engaging civil ...
  • Toward a Social Science Research Agenda for Large Marine Protected Areas 

    Rebecca L. Gruby; Noella J. Gray; Lisa M. Campbell; Leslie Acton (Conservation Letters, 2015)
    Large marine protected areas (LMPAs) are a high-profile trend in global marine conservation. Although the social sciences have become well integrated into marine protected area research and practice, human dimensions ...
  • What Does Collaborative Event Ethnography Tell Us About Global Environmental Governance? 

    Rosaleen Duffy (Global Environmental Politics, 2014)
    This special issue on collaborative event ethnography (CEE) provides an important contribution to our understanding of global environmental governance (GEG), illustrating the value of ethnographic work to analyze how ...