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Hauptsachtitel:
Natural Resource Use Conflicts in Indonesia: A Challenge for Sustainable Development and Education for Sustainable Development.
Erscheinungsort:
Göttingen
Erscheinungsjahr:
Hochschulschriftenvermerk:
Göttingen, Georg-August Universität, Diss., 2012
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Abstract

Zusammenfassung

Abstrakt

Acknowledgements

Table of Contents

List of Tables

List of Figures

Abbreviations

CHAPTER 1: Introduction

1.1 Natural Resource Degradation and Biodiversity Loss in der Tropics
1.2 Sustainable Development & Education for Sustainable Development
1.3 Objective of the Study
1.4 Description of the Study Area and Samples
1.5 Outline of the Thesis Manuscripts
1.6 References

CHAPTER 2: Local Institutions: Regulation and Valuation of Forest Use – Evidence from Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

Abstract
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Theoretical Background
2.2.1 Institutions
2.2.2 Framework for Analysis
2.3 Methods
2.3.1 Research Design
2.3.2 IAD Framework Application
2.3.3 Case Study Area
2.3.4 Data Collection and Analysis
2.4 Results
2.4.1 Exogenous Variables
2.4.2 Evaluation of Interaction
2.4.3 Outcome: CCAs as an Instrument to Support Sustainable Forest Use
2.4.4 Evaluation of CCA
2.5 Discussion
2.6 Conclusions
2.7 References

CHAPTER 3: Subjective Theories of Indonesian Agronomy and Biology Teacher Students on Environmental Commons Dilemmas

Abstract
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Environmental Education in Indonesia
3.3 Theoretical Background
3.4 Rattan Extraction as an Environmental Commons Dilemma
3.4.1 Environmental Commons Dilemmas
3.4.2 Rattan Extraction
3.5 Research Questions
3.6 Data and Method
3.7 Content Analysis Results
3.7.1 Subjective Theories on Rattan Extraction (Research Question 1)
3.7.2 Subjective Theories on the Social, Temporal and Spatial Trap (Research Question 2)
3.7.3 Subjective Theories Regarding Solution Strategies (Research Question 3)
3.8 Discussion and Implications
3.9 References

CHAPTER 4: University Students′ Perceptions of Common-Resource Dilemmas – The Need for Adjusted Curriculum in Indonesia

Abstract
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Data Collection and Methods
4.3 Results
4.4 Discussion
4.5 References

CHAPTER 5: Biodiversity and Sustainable Development Education: A Lack of Socio-economic and Institutional Perspectives

CHAPTER 6: Knowledge of Indonesian University Students on the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources

Abstract
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Methods
6.2.1 Instrument development
6.2.2 Knowledge Model
6.2.3 Situational and conceptual knowledge
6.2.4 Procedural knowledge
6.2.5 Survey administration
6.3 Analyses
6.3.1 Situational knowledge and conceptual knowledge
6.3.2 Procedural knowledge
6.4 Results
6.4.1 Sample description
6.4.2 Assessing increases in situational and conceptual knowledge
6.4.3 Procedural knowledge
6.5 Discussion
6.6 Implications for Practice
6.7 Literature Cited

CHAPTER 7: Learning for Sustainability ? Comparing Higher Education Programs Concerning Sustainable Resource Management in Indonesia

Abstract
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Methods
7.2.1 Sample
7.2.2 Data Collection
7.2.3 Analysis
7.3 Results
7.3.1 Ecological area of Study
7.3.2 Social Area of Study
7.3.3 Environmental Economics Area of Study
7.4 Discussion and Conclusion
7.4.1 Methodological Reflection
7.4.2 Interpretation of Results
7.5 References

CHAPTER 8: Globale Einflüsse in tropischen Frontierzonen: Kakaoboom contra Naturschutz in Sulawesi, Indonesien

8.1 Einführung
8.2 Das Konzept der Frontier
8.3 Die Kakaoanbau-Frontierzone
8.4 Die Lore Lindu Region in Zentralsulawesi
8.5 Der Lore Lindu Nationalpark als Frontierzone
8.6 Vom Boom zur Nachhaltigkeit
8.7 Anreizinstrumente im Kakaoanbau
8.8 Fazit und Ausblick
8.9 Literaturliste
8.10 Summary

CHAPTER 9: Synthesis and Conclusion

9.1 Summary of the Findings
9.2 Limitations of the Study
9.3 Policy Implications
9.4 Outlook
9.5 References

10 Appendices

Appendix I: Interview Guideline (Qualitative Study)
Appendix II: Coding Guideline
Appendix III: Quantitative Questionnaire
Appendix IV: Tetrachoric Correlation Matrix for the LISREL Measurement Model