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Trust ecology and the resilience of natural resource management institutions
(The Resilience Alliance, 2015)
The resilience of natural resource management (NRM) institutions are largely contingent on the capacities of the people and organizations within those institutions to learn, innovate, and adapt, both individually and ...
Mobile phone use is associated with higher smallholder agricultural productivity in Tanzania, East Africa
Mobile phone use is increasing in Sub-Saharan Africa, spurring a growing focus on mobile phones as tools to increase agricultural yields and incomes on smallholder farms. However, the research to date on this topic is ...
Conservation and Unscripted Development: Proximity to park associated with development and financial diversity
(The Resilience Alliance, 2014)
Decades of research on the social dynamics of biodiversity conservation has shown that parks and protected areas have added hardship to rural communities throughout much of the developing world. Nonetheless, some recent ...
Mobile phones and women's empowerment in Maasai communities: How men shape women's social relations and access to phones
Mobile phones have been heralded by many as promising new tools to empower women throughout the Global South. However, some have asserted that new information and communication technologies (ICTs) may serve to amplify ...
Adapting Pink Time to promote self-regulated learning across course and student types
To explore new opportunities to promote self-regulated learning (SRL) across a variety of contexts, this study applies a novel assignment called Pink Time in seven different courses at two universities. The assignment asks ...
Epistemological Pluralism: Reorganizing Interdisciplinary Research
(The Resilience Alliance, 2008)
Despite progress in interdisciplinary research, difficulties remain. In this paper, we argue that scholars, educators, and practitioners need to critically rethink the ways in which interdisciplinary research and training ...