Between Nativism and Cosmopolitanism: Framing and Reframing in Invasion Biology

F.W.J. Keulartz, C.N. van der Weele

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    Abstract

    ‘Place’ is a contested concept in conservation and restoration. In this chapter we will focus on invasion biology to examine some of the topics related to this controversial concept. The recent emergence of this discipline has gone hand-in-hand with heated debates on the so-called exotic species issue. Apparently, these debates have ended in stalemate, with only two extreme positions: nativism and cosmopolitanism. To break up this dichotomy and to give the debate a new impulse, we will explore the different metaphors that can be found within the scientific discipline of invasion biology in some detail
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationNew Visions of Nature : Complexity and Authenticity
    EditorsM. Drenthen, F.W.J Keulartz, J. Proctor
    Place of PublicationDordrecht
    PublisherSpringer
    Pages237-256
    Number of pages285
    ISBN (Print)9789048126101
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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