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Private ranchers survived the Mexican Revolution and the era of agrarian reforms, and they continue to play key roles in the ecology and economy of northern Mexico. This study of the Rio Sonora region of northern Mexico evaluates management techniques, labour expenditures, gender roles, and decision-making on private ranches of varying size. It demonstrates that ranchers rarely collude as a class unless land titles are at issue, and that their decision-making is as varied as the landscapes they oversee.…mehr

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Private ranchers survived the Mexican Revolution and the era of agrarian reforms, and they continue to play key roles in the ecology and economy of northern Mexico. This study of the Rio Sonora region of northern Mexico evaluates management techniques, labour expenditures, gender roles, and decision-making on private ranches of varying size. It demonstrates that ranchers rarely collude as a class unless land titles are at issue, and that their decision-making is as varied as the landscapes they oversee.