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Killing for Conservation Wildlife Policy in Zimbabwe

By: Rosaleen Duffy
209 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: James Currey
Killing for Conservation
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  • Killing for Conservation ISBN: 9780852558461 Paperback Jan 2000 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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  • Killing for Conservation ISBN: 9780852558454 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

Probes the politically controversial issue of wildlife utilization.

Contents

Introduction - the African environment and green ideology; de-politicizing and re-politicizing wildlife conservation; individual power and personal patronage in conservation policies; the use of state force in anti-poaching and in poaching; privatizing wildlife conservation; community participation in Campfire as political legitimation; buying influence? the politics of donor and NGO involvement; the international politics of the rhino horn and ivory trade; conclusion.

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By: Rosaleen Duffy
209 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: James Currey
Media reviews
'This is an important book about an important subject and it should serve as a model for those engaged in research on other aspects of Zimbabwean politics and society' - Elaine Windrich in H-S Africa
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