Browsing datasets of Topic "Social (institutions, conflicts, markets, violence)"
TitleDescriptionDatatypeProject
Notes on Land-based Conflicts in Kenya’s Arid Areas. Africa SpectrumContribution to the Debate on Property and Land Rights in Africa SpectrumPublicationC3
Unexpected Consequences: Wildlife Conservation and Territorial Conflict in Northern Kenya. Human EcologyThis article is concerned with the implementation of community-based conservancies (CBC) in conflict ridden pastoralist areas of northern Kenya and whether the creation of protected areas can facilita...PublicationC3
Rural-urban migration, agrarian change, and the environment in Kenya: A critical review of the literature. Population and EnvironmentThe nexus between migration dynamics and environmental change has drawn the attention of many researchers in the recent past. While the majority of studies focus on the impact of the environment on mi...PublicationC3
Conservancies and Conflict. Perspectives on Pastoral BorderlandsPresentation given at Tropentag 2011 in BonnPresentationC3
Guns, Land and Votes – Cattle Rustling and the Politics of Boundary-(Re)Making in Northern Kenya. African AffairsLivestock raiding among Northern Kenya’s pastoralists has profoundly changed in the last decades. It is commercialized, extremely violent and fought out with modern weaponry. This contribution shows t...PublicationC3
Can Households be Multilocal? Reflections on Migration and the Domestic UnitDefining ‘the household’ is a difficult analytical task, which becomes even more challenging in instances of high mobility of individual household members. Often the notion of ‘multi-local households’...PublicationC3
Comments on Leslie and McCabe “Response Diversity and Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems”, forthcoming in Current Anthropologyn.a.PublicationC3
Questionnaire "Baringo"English version of questionnaire used for surveys on household demography, livelihoods and land-use change in East Pokot and Baringo (together with B1); January-March 2011, total households covered: c...DataC3
Fragmentation and Re-imagination. Landscape and Socio-economic Change in East Pokot, KenyaPresentation given by Bollig and Greiner at IGC Cologne, 2012 in Panel "The social construction of cultural landscapes: New concepts of “landscape” in social sciences, cultural studies and geography" ...PresentationC3
Farming plots, East PokotBoundaries of farming plots surveyed in field campaign (26.03.-03.04.2012) by Clemens Greiner and Susanne Koch (ZFL Bonn)DataC3
Lake Naivasha survey questionaireThis questionnaire was used to collect data from water users in the upper Lake Naivasha basin on soil and water conservation, water use and management, collective action initiatives, land owners' att...DataB2
MIVAD Enschede presentationPresentation of the River Basin Model MIVAD at a workshop in Enschede, Netherlands, October 2010.PresentationB2
Can hydro-economic river basin models simulate water shadow prices under asymmetric access?Presentation by Arnim Kuhn and Wolfgang Britz (both ILR Bonn) on a methodological innovation in River Basin ModellingPresentationB2
The Lake Naivasha Hydro-Economic Basin Model (LANA-HEBAMO)Workshop presentation of LANA-HEBAMO model at an informal meeting with our cooperation partners in Enschede, NetherlandsPresentationB2
Living Standard Measurement Survey - communal livestock producers - Thaba NchuAssessment of HH structure, Livestock production, management, income, assets, credit, expenditures, trust and institutional issues of livestock owning HH in communal production systems of rural Thaba ...DataB2
Living Standard Measurement Survey - non-livestock HH - Thaba NchuAssessment of HH structure, motivation, income, assets, credit, trust and institutional issues of HH not producing livestock in rural Thaba Nchu. Questionnaire was administered to 120 HH in four villa...DataB2
Environmental Impact of Migration in Sending Areas: A Translocal Perspective on herding and farming societies in Eastern and Southern AfricaInvited talk at ZIF-ESF conference on "Tracing Social Inequalities in Environmentally-Induced Migration"; Bielefeld University, 09-13 December 2012PresentationC3
Exploring the Dynamics of Land-based Conflicts in Kenya. A Case Study from East PokotTalk given at 55th African Studies Association Conference, Philadelphia, November 29-December 01, 2012PresentationC3
Inscribing Identity and Agency on the Landscape: Of Pathways, Places and the Transition of the Public Sphere in East Pokot, KenyaManuscript submitted to African Studies Review (under review)PublicationC3
Trans-local Peacebuilding among Pastoralist Communities in Kenya. The Case of Laikipia Peace CaravanViolent conflicts have haunted northern Kenya – a semi-arid region inhabited by pastoral communities – since some decades. The enormous increase of violence in recent years has several pertinent cause...PublicationC3
Poverty and Livelihood Strategies at Lake Naivasha, Kenya. A Case Study of Kasarani VillageKenya’s Lake Naivasha has come into the focus of international reports: the lake environment is at once the hub of agro-industrial flower production in Kenya and supplies about a large percentage of c...PublicationC3
Can hydro-economic river basin models simulate water shadow prices under asymmetric access?.PublicationB2
Coding form for livestock owning HH in Thaba NchuAll codes for variable names in the data file containing survey information on livestock owning households in the communal production systems of Thaba NchuDataB2
HH survey data livestock producers in rural Thaba NchuSPSS file containing HH related data from survey in four villages in rural Thaba Nchu. Only livestock owners.DataB2
Coding form for non-livestock owning HH in Thaba NchuAll codes for variable names in the data file containing survey information on Non-livestock owning households in the communal production systems of Thaba NchuDataB2
HH survey data non-livestock producers in rural Thaba NchuSPSS file containing HH related data from survey in four villages in rural Thaba Nchu. Only non-livestock owners.DataB2
Keck, M., & Sakdapolrak, P. (2013). What is social resilience?Over the last decade, a growing body of literature has emerged which is concerned with the question of what form a promising concept of social resilience might take. In this article we argue that soci...PublicationB1
Data file for livestock producing HH agents in SES modelData file contains number of HH agents, intital values for state variables and parameter values for initial livestock producers in the SES modelDataB2
Data file for HH not owning livestock (agents) in SES modelData file contains number of HH agents, intital values for state variables and parameter values for HH initially not owning livestock in the SES modelDataB2
RotationScheme_ThabaNchuProposed rotation scheme for a commercial farm in the Free State. Grazing times are adapted to annual variability in rainfall specific to the area.DataB2
ODD+D Managing ResilienceThe ODD+D protocol for the paper: Managing the resilience of a common pool rangeland system in South AfricaReportB2

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