Thursday, May 26, 2016

New Arrivals in ORI

Below are books that have been added to the collection.

005.55 KNA. Herschel Knapp. Introductory Statistics Using SPSS. Los Angeles: Sage, 2014.
005.55 LON. Kyle C. Longest. Using Stata for Quantitative Analysis. Los Angeles: Sage, 2015.
027 HAM. Mathew Hamilton and Dara Hanke Schmidt. Make It Here: Inciting Creativity and Innovation in Your Library. California: Libraries Unlimited, 2015.
300.72 DEN . Martyn Denscombe. Research Proposals: A practical guide. England : Open University Press, 2012.
300.72 QUA. Jane Ritchie, Jane Lewis, Carol Mcnaughton Nichollls & Rachel  Ormston (Editors). Qualitative Research Practice: A guide for Social Science Students and Researchers. Los Angeles: Sage, 2014.
333.76130954 INT. M.V.Rao,PhD, V. Suresh  Babu, PhD , K.Suman Chandra, PhD & G. Ravindra Chary, PhD (Editors). Intergrated Land Use Planning for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development. Canada: Apple Academic Press, 2015.
338.1 GHO. Shamintra Ghosh. Sustainable Rural Development: Addressing Natural Resources, Agriculture Human Development, Health and Energy for Sustainable Development in Assam and North – East India . India : CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2014.
338.4791 NEW. David Newsome, Susan A. Moore and Ross K. Dowling. Natural Area Tourism: Ecology, Impacts and Management. Bristol: Channel View Publications, 2013.
 371.58 GIL. Barry Gilmore. Plagiarism: A How – Not – To Guide for Students. Portsmouth: Heinemann, 2009.
378.73 CHR. Clayton M. Christensen and Henry J. Eyring.The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of higher Education from the inside out. San Francisco: Jossey – Bass, 2011.
401.4 KNO. Roeland J.int Veld (Editor).Knowledge Democracy: Consequences for Science, Politics, and Media. New York: Springer, 2010.
519.5 REI. Howard M. Reid. Introduction to Statistics: Fundamental Concepts and Procedures of Data Analysis. Los Angeles: Sage, 2013.
519.535 EVE .Brian Everitt & Torsten Hothorn. . An Introduction to Applied Multivariate Analysis with R.  New York: Springer Science, 2011.
570.7 CUR. Jan Salick, Katie konchar & Mark Nesbitt. Curating Biocultural Collections: A Handbook. Richmond, Surrey, UK : Kew Publishing, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew ; St. Louis : in association with Missouri Botanical Garden, 2014.
 577.015118 BOL. Benjamin M. Bolker. Ecological Models and Data in R. New Jersey: Priceton University Press, 2008.
910.015195 BAG. Rodolfo Baggio and Jane Klobas. Quantitative Methods in Tourism: A Handbook. Bristol: Channel View Publications. 2011.
 

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Community Cultural Identity in Nature - Tourism Gateway Areas: Maun Village, Okavango Delta World Heritage Site, Botswana

Susan Osireditse Keitumetse and Michelle Genevieve Pampiri

Abstract
This paper focuses on our research in Maun village, near Okavango Delta, a World Heritage Site (OD-WHS), Botswana. We hoped to illuminate the presence and strength of ‘dormant’ community cultural identities, and to learn how they are constituted in cultural values and tied to landscapes that have become re-branded as nature-tourism areas. To unveil these ‘dormant’ cultural values, we conducted ethnographic interviews among the Maun village traditional leaders, Dikgosi (Chiefs), who are cultural custodians of communal heritage, to identify and re-acknowledge cultural and heritage values from communal memory. The aim was to create a balance between the nature tourism identity and the more fluid socio-cultural identities of people. Our results show that Maun village has communal cultural values that can complement the gateway tourism image. This work provides a model for other nature-tourism gateway communities who wish to salvage and safeguard the cultural heritage identities connected to their particular landscapes.
 
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Friday, May 20, 2016

Key debates decided for IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016

Key decisions on nature conservation and sustainable development are expected at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress 2016 in September, after the motions to be debated and voted upon were published.
 
Held every four years, the 2016 IUCN Congress will be the largest gathering of environmental policy makers since the Paris Climate Agreement and the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals, and presents a major opportunity to start putting these deals into action.
 
Full list of all motions can be accessed: https://portals.iucn.org/congress/assembly/motions

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

New Arrivals

 New Books
304.28 OUI. Eleanor Shoreman – Ouiment and Helen Kopnina. Culture and Conservation: Beyond Anthropocentrism. New York: Rutledge, 2016.
307.1412 MOS. Malcolm J. Moseley. Rural Development: Principles and practice. London: Sage, 2003.

333.7315 SUS. A. Kungolos, C.A. Brebbia & E. Beriatos (Editors) . Sustainable Development and planning. Southampton: Wit Press, 2007.
333.918153096 WET. Adrian Wood, Alan Dixon and Matthew McCartney. Wetland Management and Sustainable Livelihoods in Africa. New York: Routledge, 2013.

338.4791 HOS. Omar Moufakkir & Yvette Reisinger. The Host Gaze in Global Tourism. Oxfordshire: Cabi, 2013.
338.4791 PLA. Levent Altinay, Alexandros Paraskevas, and SooCheong (Shawn) Jang. Planning Research in Hospitality and Tourism. New York: Routledge, 2016.

338.4791072 HAN. Larry Dwyer, Alison Gill & Neelu Seetaram. Handbook of Research Methods in Tourism: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches. United kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2012.
338.4791098 CRO. Robertico Croes and Manuel Rivera. Poverty Alleviation through Tourism Development: A Comprehensive and Integrated Approach. Canada: Apple Academic Press, 2016.

344.046 ROB. Robinson, Daniel F. Biodiversity, Access and Benefit-Sharing: Global Case Studies. New York: Routledge, 2015.
346.0469169 TRA. Daud Hassan, Tuomas Kuokkanen and Niko Soininen. Transboundary Marine Spatial Planning and International Law. New York: Routledge, 2015.

362.1969792009676 SEE. Janet Seeley. HIV and East Africa: Thirty Years in the Shadow of an Epidemic. New York: Routledge, 2014.
519.5 GRE. Priscilla E. Greenwood & Mikhail S. Nikulin. A guide to Chi – Squared Testing. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1996.

577.68 MIT. William J. Mitsch & James G. Gosselink.  Wetlands. New Jersey: John Wiley& Sons, 2015.
610.727 CHE. Ding – Geng (Din) Chen & Karl E. Peace. Applied Meta-Analasis with R. Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis, 2013.

628.52 RIE. John Rieuwerts. The Elements of Environmental Pollution. New York: Routledge 2015.
639.2068 MAN. Charles T.T Edwards and Dorothy J. Dankel. (Editors). Management Science in Fisheries: An Introduction to Simulation-Based Methods. New York: Rutledge, 2016.

658.421 BES. John Bessant & Joe Tidd. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. United Kingdom: John Wiley & Sons, 2015.
808.025 ASS. Kristine Carlson Asselin. Think for Yourself: Avoiding Plagiarism.USA: Fact Finders, 2013.

910.684 EDG. David L. Edgell SR.  Managing Sustainable Tourism: A Legacy for the Future.  New York: Rutledge, 2016.

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

New Arrivals in ORI Library

The following titles have been added to the collection and are now ready to be loaned.

001.4 GRB. Carol Grbich. Qualitative Data Analysis: An Introduction. Los Angeles: Sage, 2013.
001.43 SIL. Silverman David. A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about quality research. Los Agnes: Sage, 2013.

006.312 LAR. Daniel T. Larose & Chantal D. Larose. Discovering Knowledge in Data: An Introduction to Data Mining. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2014.
025.1 ROW.Jennifer Rowley.  Being an information innovator.  London: Facet publishing, 2011.

300.72 KAY . Carole Kayrooz & Chris Trevitt. Research in Organisations and Communities: Tales from the real world. Australia: Allen & Unwin, 2005.
300.72 KUM. Ranjit Kumar . Research Methodology:  A Step by Step guide for beginners. Los Angeles: Sage, 2014.

300.72 SAL. Johnny Saldana. The coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers.Los Angeles: Sage. 2016.
300.721 SAG. Malcolm Williams & W. Paul Vogt (Editors).The Sage Handbook of Innovation in Social Research Methods. London: Sage, 2011.

301.o72 New. W. Lawrence Newman. Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approahes. England: PearsonEducation Limited. 2014.
 304.2 DYB. Robert Dyball and Newell Barry. Understanding Human Ecology: A Systems approach to Sustainability.New York: Routledge, 2015.

304.25 COW. Linda H.Connor. Climate Change And Anthropos: Plant, people And Places. New York: Rutledge, 2016.

 
 

Monday, May 16, 2016

Africans and protected areas: North–South perspectives


By Lesego S. Stone  &  Gyan P. Nyaupane
 
The paper critically explores why most black Africans rarely visit  protected areas. More specifically, the study examines non- Western tourists’ perceptions of nature and nature-based tourism in comparison to Western tourists, using Botswana as a case study. The differences in perceptions are explored by adopting an interpretive paradigm to collect and analyze the data and using the North–South conceptualization of nature and tourism. Results indicate that for Western tourists visiting Botswana, nature symbolizes recreation, rejuvenation, and an opportunity “to get away from it all,” whereas for Batswana, it is perceived as a part of everyday life, not an exclusive leisure space. Furthermore, Batswana’s conceptualization, relation to nature, and historical, cultural, and political backgrounds help explain their non-participation in nature-based tourism.
 
 

Thursday, May 12, 2016