Items by Buchy, Marlene
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Buchy, M., 1996. Teak and Arecanut: Colonial State, Forest and People in the Western Ghats (South India), 1800-1947. Pondichery: Institut français de Pondichery.
Buchy, M. and Maconachie, R., 2012. Forthcoming. Exclusionary spaces : Power, poverty and community-based natural resource management in West Africa. In: Sowman, M. and Wynberg, R., eds. Governance for Justice and Environmental Sustainability: Lessons across Natural Resources Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Earthscan.
Buchy, M. and Ahmed, S., 2007. Social Learning, academics and NGOs: Can the collaborative formula work? Action Research, 5 (4), pp. 358-377.
Buchy, M., 2005. Gender-blind Organizations Deliver Gender-biased Services: The Case of Awasa Bureau of Agriculture in Southern Ethiopia. Gender, Technology and Development, 9 (2), pp. 235-251.
Buchy, M. and Basaznew, F., 2005. Gender-blind organizations deliver gender-biased services: The case of Awasa Bureau of Agriculture in Southern Ethiopia. Gender, Technology and Development, 9 (2), pp. 235-252.
Buchy, M., 2004. The challenges of 'teaching by being': the case of participatory resource management. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 28 (1), pp. 35-47.
Buchy, M. and Subba, S., 2003. Why is community forestry a social- and gender-blind technology? The case of Nepal. Gender, Technology and Development, 7 (3), pp. 313-332.
Lama, A. and Buchy, M., 2002. Gender, class, caste and participation: The case of community forestry in Nepal. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 9 (1), pp. 27-41.
Ross, A. H., Buchy, M. and Proctor, W., 2002. Laying down the ladder: A typology of public participation in Australian natural resource management. Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 9 (4), pp. 205-217.
Buchy, M. and Race, D., 2001. The twists and turns of community participation in natural resource management in Australia: what is missing? Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 44 (3), 293 - 308.
Buchy, M. and Quinlan, K. M., 2000. Adapting the scoring matrix: A case study of adapting disciplinary tools for learning centred evaluation. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 25 (1), pp. 81-91.