Homewood, Katherine, Kristjanson, Patti, Trench, P. (Eds.)
2009, XVI, 418 p.
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From the reviews:
“This book is a product of a collaborative research programme ‘Assessing trade-offs between poverty alleviation and wildlife conservation’, and coordinated by the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi. … provides in-depth description of the methodological approaches taken in the analysing livelihoods in the case studies. … this will provide a valuable resource for researchers developing similar studies. … an extremely useful resource for scholars and students of pastoralism. … The book is extremely densely and precisely written, and provides a comprehensive review of the literature.” (Nicky Allsopp, African Journal of Range & Forage Science, Vol. 26 (3), 2009)