Bookshelf

Publications related to the Community Voice Method:

Cumming, Gabriel, Lisa Campbell, Carla Norwood, Sue Ranger, Peter Richardson, and Amdeep Sanghera.  2021. Putting stakeholder engagement in its place: how situating public participation in community improves natural resource management outcomes.  GeoJournal.

Ranger, S., Kenter, J. O., Bryce, R., Cumming, G., Dapling, T., Lawes, E., & Richardson, P. B.  2016. Forming shared values in conservation management: An interpretive-deliberative-democratic approach to including community voices. Ecosystem Services, 21, 310–323.

Richardson, P. B., Campbell, L. M., Cumming, G. B., Philips, Q., Ranger, S., & Sanghera, A. 2015. Community Voice Method—a contemporary approach to engaging stakeholders in development of marine resource conservation policy. In Sustaining partnerships (pp. 326–331).

Cumming, Gabriel and Dorothy Holland.  2013.  “Growing Local/Buying Local: Challenging Pessimism and Social Division through Narratives of Possibility.”  Progressive Planning, Spring 2013: 42-45.

Cumming, Gabriel and Carla Norwood.  2012.  “The Community Voice Method: Using Participatory Research and Filmmaking to Foster Dialog about Changing Landscapes.”  Landscape and Urban Planning 105: 434-44.

Norwood, Carla and Gabriel Cumming.  2012.  “Making Maps That Matter: Situating GIS within Community Conversations about Changing Landscapes.”  Cartographica 47(1): 34-51.

Norwood, Carla. 2009. “Making Maps That Matter? The Role of Geospatial Information in Addressing Rural Landscape Change.” PhD diss., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Cumming, Gabriel, Stacy J. Guffey, and Carla Norwood. 2008. “Opportunities and Challenges in Community Capacity-Building: Lessons from Participatory Research in Macon County, North Carolina.” In Partnerships for Empowerment: Participatory Research for Community-Based Natural Resource Management, C. Wilmsen, W. Elmendorf, L. Fisher, J. Ross, B. Sarathy, and G. Wells, 127-46. London: Earthscan.

Cumming, Gabriel. 2007. “Explorations in Discursive Ecology: Addressing Landscape Change with Rural North Carolinians.” PhD diss., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.