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Record number 538851
Title Priorities for protected area research
Author(s) Dudley, Nigel; Hockings, Marc; Stolton, Sue; Amend, Thora; Badola, Ruchi; Bianco, Mariasole; Chettri, Nakul; Cook, Carly; Day, Jon C.; Dearden, Phil; Edwards, Mary; Ferraro, Paul; Foden, Wendy; Gambino, Roberto; Gaston, Kevin J.; Hayward, Natalie; Hickey, Valerie; Irving, Jason; Jeffries, Bruce; Karapetyan, Areg; Kettunen, Marianne; Laestadius, Lars; Laffoley, Dan; Lham, Dechen; Lichtenstein, Gabriela; Makombo, John; Marshall, Nina; McGeoch, Melodie; Nguyen, Dao; Nogué, Sandra; Paxton, Midori; Rao, Madhu; Reichelt, Russell; Rivas, Jorge; Roux, Dirk; Rutte, Claudia; Schreckenberg, Kate; Sovinc, Andrej; Sutyrina, Svetlana; Utomo, Agus; Vallauri, Daniel; Vedeld, Pål Olav; Verschuuren, Bas; Waithaka, John; Woodley, Stephen; Wyborn, Carina; Zhang, Yan
Source PARKS: the International of Protected Areas and Conservation 24 (2018)1. - ISSN 0960-233X - p. 35 - 50.
DOI https://doi.org/10.2305/IUCN.CH.2018.PARKS-24-1ND.en
Department(s) Sociology of Development and Change
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) Managers - Protected areas - Research priorities - Researchers - Stakeholder assessment
Abstract

A hundred research priorities of critical importance to protected area management were identified by a targeted survey of conservation professionals; half researchers and half practitioners. Respondents were selected to represent a range of disciplines, every continent except Antarctica and roughly equal numbers of men and women. The results analysed thematically and grouped as potential research topics as by both practitioners and researchers. Priority research gaps reveal a high interest to demonstrate the role of protected areas within a broader discussion about sustainable futures and if and how protected areas can address a range of conservation and socio-economic challenges effectively. The paper lists the hundred priorities structured under broad headings of management, ecology, governance and social (including political and economic issues) and helps contribute to setting future research agendas.

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