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Chapter 3: An analysis of value issues underlying ICZM and biodiversity/conservation policy
Jones, P. (1997). Chapter 3: An analysis of value issues underlying ICZM and biodiversity/conservation policy, in: Side, J. et al. The role of Value Conflict Assessment Techniques in the formulation of implementable and effective coastal zone management policies: Contract no: EV5V-CT940392: Main report of the studie. pp. 13
In: Side, J.; Jones, P.; Siakavara, K. (1997). The role of Value Conflict Assessment Techniques in the formulation of implementable and effective coastal zone management policies: Contract no: EV5V-CT940392: Main report of the studie. European Commission, Directorate General XII Science, Research and Development: [s.l.]. 122 pp., more

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Abstract
    This chapter will briefly review the value issues relating to the ICZM and biodiversity conservation policies reviewed in the previous chapter with particular emphasis on:a) The value discourse techniques they involve;b) The value conflicts they lead to;c) Their tendency to fail to achieve their desired outcomes through an emphasis on such outcomes rather than the policy process.

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