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Hispanic American views on the stewardship of federal land management agencies: an exploratory analysis of the Ethnic NewsWatch databaseAuthor(s): David N. Bengston; Jose J. Sanchez
Source: Proceedings of the Fourth Social Aspects and Recreation Research Symposium: 2004 February 4-6, San Francisco, California. San Fancisco, CA: San Francisco State University: 5-9
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionEthnic and racial communities have often been found to hold distinct views about the environment and natural resource management (Schelhas 2002, Jostad et al. 1996). But these perspectives are often unheard or underrepresented in mainstream environmental discourses (Lynch 1993, Bengston 2004). As society becomes more diverse, natural resource planners, managers and policy makers need a more expansive and inclusive understanding of the perspectives of ethnic and racial communities.
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CitationBengston, David N.; Sanchez, Jose J. 2004. Hispanic American views on the stewardship of federal land management agencies: an exploratory analysis of the Ethnic NewsWatch database. In: Proceedings of the Fourth Social Aspects and Recreation Research Symposium: 2004 February 4-6, San Francisco, California. San Fancisco, CA: San Francisco State University: 5-9
Keywordsethnic, racial, environmental discourse
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