SOCIAL LEARNING AS A KEY ELEMENT IN PARTICIPATORY ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

Viridiana Anaid Lobato, Juliana Merçon

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This essay conceptualizes 'social learning' in contrast with other theories of learning. Here we present some principles and key elements found in participatory processes based on social learning, which could guide the design of related activities in this type of process. Moreover, we indicate some learned lessons and challenges derived from the analysis of cases of participatory processes associated with the collaborative management of natural resources in which social learning was monitored. In sum, we present a panorama that shows the strategic connection between participatory processes, social learning, and environmental management.

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Social learning, participatory processes, environmental management

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ISSN 1809-239X