Local understanding about place and identity can provide coherence and justification for the creation and function of an organization as well as for individual or policy decisions about land use.
The learning experience: Takes into consideration the community as a whole, including: socio-political, economic, historical, and cultural influences.
The learning experience: Is flexible in response to both process and conditions.
The learning experience: Generates and makes use of data about the local condition.
Citation: Alkon, A. H. (2004). Place, stories, and consequences – heritage narratives and the control of erosion on lake county, California, vineyards. Organization & Environment, 17(2), 145-169.
Citation Type: Research