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«1. Introduction Over the last twenty years, conservation has become a central analytical focus in the social sciences. This review article brings ...»

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Zimmerer, K. (ed.) 2006. Globalization and new geographies of conservation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Abstract This article explicitly connects a growing body of specific literature, the political ecology of conservation, to some of the often overlooked, main conceptual components emerging from political anthropology and geography (sources of legitimacy, governmentality, territoriality, or state making), political economy (commoditization, market integration, niche markets, or gentrification), and cultural studies of the environment (cultural transformations of nature, cultural heritage and landscapes, taste, and identity politics).

All these concepts and literary fields are at the basis of the contemporary social analysis of conservation policies and their consequences. The article also provides an updated large bibliography on the concepts potentially relevant to a political ecology of conservation.

Key Words: conservation, governmentality, taste, nature, commoditization of nature, territoriality Résumé Cet article relie de manière explicite un corpus littéraire spécifique qui ne cesse de croître, l'écologie politique de la conservation, à ses composantes conceptuelles parfois négligées, telles qu'elles émergent de l'anthropologie politique et de la géographie (questions de légitimité, gouvernementalité, territorialité, étatisation), de l'économie politique (marchandisation, intégration des marchés, marchés de niche, embourgeoisement) et des études culturelles environnementales (transformation culturelle de la nature, patrimoine culturel et paysage, goût et politiques identitaires). Tous ces concepts et champs littéraires se trouvent au fondement de l'analyse sociale des politiques de la conservation et de leurs conséquences telle qu'elle se pratique aujourd'hui. Cet article fournit également une importante bibliographie mise à jour en ce qui a trait aux concepts pertinents à l'écologie politique de la conservation.

Mots clés: conservation, gouvernementalité, goût, nature, marchandisation de la nature, territorialité Resumen Este artículo conecta de manera explícita un creciente campo de literatura, la ecología política de la conservación, con algunos de los componentes teóricos, a menudo ignorados, que emergen de la antropología y la geografía política (Fuentes de legitimidad, gubernamentalidad, territorialidad, construcción estatal), economía política (mercantilización, integración de mercado, mercados especializados, o gentrificación), y estudios culturales del medioambiente (transformaciones culturales de la naturaleza, patrimonio cultural y paisajes, preferencias, e identidades políticas). Todos estos conceptos y campos temáticos están en la base de los análisis sociales contemporáneos de las políticas de conservación y sus consecuencias. Este artículo, además, ofrece una amplia bibliografía en conceptos potencialmente relevantes para la ecología política de la conservación.

Palabras clave: conservación, gubernamentalidad, preferencia, naturaleza, mercantilización de la naturaleza, territorialidad

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