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Record #191456:

Stedets herligheter -amenities of place: eider down harvesting through changing times / Bente Sundsvold.

Title: Stedets herligheter -amenities of place: eider down harvesting through changing times / Bente Sundsvold.
Author(s): Sundsvold, Bente.
Date: 2010.
In: Acta Borealia. (2010.), Vol. 27(1) (2010)
Abstract: Explores management practice of protection notices (fredlysning) in traditional harvesting of eider down in northern Norway. Finds that, in past, private initiatives were legitimate for protecting land and resources from public utilisation, whereas today only state authorities have this privilege. Compares current eider down harvesting activities, childhood memories and available legal documents, and finds that radical changes have tacitly taken place, indicating dilemmas over local perceptions of land use.
Notes:

Acta Borealia. Vol. 27(1) :91-115 (2010).

Keywords: 323 -- Politics, internal.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
347 -- Law, civil.
504.062 -- Natural resources, conservation.
598.412 -- Anseres: Somateria mollissima.
639.12 -- Bird industries.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 191456

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