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000029805 041__ $$aEnglish
000029805 100__ $$aPatrick, M. J.
000029805 245__ $$aBuilding Bridges between the Sciences and the Arts of Water Co-Operation through Collective Action – Reflections
000029805 260__ $$c2014
000029805 269__ $$cJuly 2014
000029805 300__ $$a48-54
000029805 507__ $$aAnjal Prakash, ICIMOD staff, Peerreviewed
000029805 520__ $$aThis reflection article highlights some of the science that underpins our understanding of cooperation over shared water resources. Power dynamics, hegemony, negotiation theory, social psychology and justice, international relations, conflict-cooperation and global change all contribute to the body of knowledge that scientists, researchers, policy and decision makers and practitioners draw upon in this field. The science is complemented by the necessary art of cooperation which is largely captured in the practice, management and governance of shared water resources. Institutional reform and the establishment of organisations in this context allows for many and varied methods for creating trusting relationships and effective partnerships for cooperation. Both the art and science is supported by the pedagogy of water cooperation which draws on the rich diversity of scientific disciplines and governance arrangements. Collective action can be used as a bridge between the sciences and the arts both in linking theoretical concepts and in linking the scientific and practical implementation of co-operation over shared waters.
000029805 653__ $$aTransboundary Water
000029805 653__ $$aCooperation
000029805 653__ $$aPedagogy
000029805 653__ $$aCollective Action
000029805 700__ $$aKomakech, H.
000029805 700__ $$aMirumachi, N.
000029805 700__ $$aMoosa, H.
000029805 700__ $$aPrakash, A.
000029805 700__ $$aSalame, L.
000029805 700__ $$aShubber, Z.
000029805 700__ $$aVan Der Zaag, P.
000029805 700__ $$aWolf, A. T.
000029805 773__ $$pAquatic Procedia
000029805 773__ $$v2 (0)
000029805 773__ $$ahttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aqpro.2014.07.008
000029805 8564_ $$uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214241X14000091$$yExternal link (Open access)
000029805 980__ $$aARTICLE