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Doing political ecology inside and outside the academy. / Batterbury, Simon.

International Handbook of Political Ecology. ed. / Raymond Bryant. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2015. p. 27-43.

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Batterbury S. Doing political ecology inside and outside the academy. In Bryant R, editor, International Handbook of Political Ecology. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 2015. p. 27-43

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Batterbury, Simon. / Doing political ecology inside and outside the academy. International Handbook of Political Ecology. editor / Raymond Bryant. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2015. pp. 27-43

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