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Record number 439981
Title Social learning and innovation. Ice fishing communities on Lake Milles Lacs
Author(s) Assche, K. van; Beunen, R.; Holm, J.; Lo, M.
Source Land Use Policy 34 (2013). - ISSN 0264-8377 - p. 233 - 242.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2013.03.009
Department(s) Strategic Communication
WASS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) natural-resource management - ecological-systems - environmental-management - mandated collaboration - adaptive comanagement - danube delta - river-basin - governance - participation - resilience
Abstract Social learning took place largely outside the sphere of government and spurred substantial technological and institutional innovation. Unique patterns of networks, informal institutions and social learning environments delineate options for social learning that are more likely to succeed, to lead to implementation. The history of social learning on lake Mille Lacs showed that new formal institutions are not necessarily the best sites for social learning, and that forms of innovation and modes of learning cannot be separated. Interdependence and shared goals, and flexibility in role distribution appear as success factors. The diversity of learning sites in a community should not be understood as a problem, as an obstacle to central steering and education by government: it enables the community to adapt and survive.
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