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Livelihood Transitions and the Changing Nature of Farmer-Herder Conflict in Sahelian West Afirca

Livelihood Transitions and the Changing Nature of Farmer-Herder Conflict in Sahelian West Afirca
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Contributors: Turner, Matthew D., Ayantunde, Augustine A., Patterson, Kristen P., Patterson, E. Daniel III

Using the cases of four rural communities in Niger, this study adopts an 'access to resources' framework to analyse the causal connections among: rural peoples' livelihood strategies, everyday social relations of production, perceptions of social groups' identities, and the potential for farmer-herder conflict.

Author(s): Turner, Matthew D. , Ayantunde, Augustine A. , Patterson, Kristen P. , Patterson, E. Daniel III

Publication Date: 2009

Location: Africa

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