Anatomy of a Conflict

Anatomy of a Conflict

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Anatomy of a Conflict explores the cultural aspects of the fierce dispute between activist loggers and environmentalists over the fate of Oregona€™s temperate rain forest. Centred on the practice of old-growth logging and the survival of the northern spotted owl, the conflict has lead to the burning down of ranger stations, the spiking of trees, logging truck blockades, and countless demonstrations and arrests. Satterfield shows how the debate about the forest is, at its core, a debate about the cultural make-up of the Pacific Northwest. To talk about forests is to talk about culture, whether the discussion is about scientific explanations of conifer forests, activistsa€™ grassroots status and their emotional attachment to land, or the implications of past peoplea€™s land use for future forest management. An engaging ethnographic study, this book emphasizes the historical roots and contemporary emergence of identity movements as a means for challenging cultural patterns. It makes a significant contribution to culture- and identity-driven theories of human action in the context of social movements and environmental studies.Nonetheless, she sought answers to her own questions: a€œWhata#39;s the deal with the spotted owl? Are we ... She described him, and the a€œmany men like him, a€ as a€œ extremely sensitive because theya#39;ve worked hard, ita#39;s the hardest work. And all of aanbsp;...

Title:Anatomy of a Conflict
Author: Terre Satterfield
Publisher:UBC Press - 2007-10-01

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