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by Jonathan G. Kramer,John R. Greer,Michael Jeffrey Paolisso

Download Chesapeake Environmentalism: Rethinking Culture to Strengthen Restoration and Resource Management (Chesapeake Perspectives) eBook
ISBN:
0943676657
Author:
Jonathan G. Kramer,John R. Greer,Michael Jeffrey Paolisso
Language:
English
Publisher:
University of Maryland Sea Grant Publications; First edition (January 1, 2006)
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44 pages
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Chesapeake Environmentalism: Rethinking Culture to Strengthen Restoration and Resource Management. Paolisso, Michael, and N. Dery. A cultural model assessment of oyster restoration alternatives for the Chesapeake Bay. Human Organization 69(2): 169–179. Chesapeake Perspectives Monographs, Maryland Sea Grant College. Taste the traditions: crabs, crab cakes and the Chesapeake Bay blue crab fishery. Paolisso, Michael, N. Dery, and Stan Herman. Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay using a non-native oyster: ecological and fishery considerations.

The first part provides some foundational considerations and inspirations. This book assembles multi-disciplinary contributions to delve deeper into ReThinking Management.

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Blue crabs and controversy on the Chesapeake Bay: A cultural model for understanding watermen's reasoning about blue crab management. M Paolisso, S Gammage. Human organization, 226-239, 2002. Meeting the changing health needs of women in developing countries. M Paolisso, J Leslie. Social Science & Medicine 40 (1), 55-65, 1995. Recognizing farmer environmentalism: Nutrient runoff and toxic dinoflagellate blooms in the Chesapeake Bay region. M Paolisso, RS Maloney. Human Organization 59 (2), 209, 2000.

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Michael Paolisso argues that we have defined environmentalism too narrowly. Describing issues that face the Chesapeake Bay, such as excess nutrients from agriculture and the contentious blue crab fishery, he describes the ways in which we may misunderstand each other and therefore fail to join together in common purpose. Paolisso considers the ways in which farmers, watermen, scientists, and activists all value the environment. He argues that each group has its own set of deep-seated beliefs that form the foundations of their cultural models. Paolisso contends that because we discount the validity of different cultural models, we often neglect to include watermen, farmers, and others as environmentalists, and therefore fail to take full advantage of their own strong ethic for preserving both the soil and the Bay.