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Parks and people: livelihood issues in national parks management in Thailand and Madagascar



Parks and people: livelihood issues in national parks management in Thailand and Madagascar



Development and Change 25(1): 195-229



In many countries, the transformation by the state of increasing areas of land and aquatic resources into strictly protected areas has included a total restriction on the use of park resources by the local people, causing poverty and social conflict and, in some cases, further environmental deterioration.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7660.1994.tb00514.x

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