Relating physical and social science perspectives on the use of rural catchments

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Award: RES-224-25-0058
PI: Liz Oughton, Centre for Rural Economy, Newcastle University
Dates: 30/09/2004 - 30/03/2005
 
Explore the focus group data on the rights, use and management of different groups of people involved in the river Esk and its surrounds and the ways in which information is communicated between groups.

Data created

Stakeholders focus groups on rights, use and management of the river Esk
Focus group workshops (4) with stakeholders and stakeholder discussion group aimed at developing an interdisciplinary framework to help understand the link between human behaviour and the natural environment. The River Esk in Yorkshire was used as a case study, whereby the attitudes of different groups of people involved in the river and its surrounds was studied (rights, use and management practices; communication between stakeholder groups; human activities related to physical landscape) .

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Data type: Qualitative
Data format: MS Word
Sample size: 5 workshops
Country: United Kingdom
Status: Research completed - contact the for access to data

Publications and outputs

Article (1)
What do you mean? : the importance of language in developing interdisciplinary research
L.J. Bracken; E.A. Oughton
01/02/2006

Conference paper (4)
Talking about each other : Physical and social science perspectives on the use of rural catchments
Elizabeth Oughton; Louise Bracken; Jane Wheelock; Katy Bennett
01/02/2006

Conservation in context : A view from below : Implementation of consevation policies on the North York Moors
Elizabeth Oughton; Jane Wheelock
01/02/2006

Physical and social science perspectives on the use of rural catchments
Elizabeth Oughton; Katy Bennett; Jane Wheelock; Louise Bracken
01/02/2006

A framework for understanding the processes involved in introducing an innovation
Elizabeth Oughton; Jane Wheelock
01/02/2006

Book chapter (1)
Conservation in context : a view from below implementation of conservation policies on the North York Moors
Elizabeth Oughton; Jane Wheelock; Gilbert Leistra; Jozef Keulartz
13/12/2007