Development and Local Knowledge: New Approaches to Issues in Natural Resources Management, Conservation, and Agriculture

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been used to depict the capacity of social actors to articulate their continuous reinvention of tradition with selectively adopted and adapted external and exogenous elements, to combine the selective continuation of pre-modern elements with selectively adopted and adapted modern aspects, within an analysis of asymmetrical power relations (Siebers 1996:275-307).

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