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

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Index

a
Aboriginal communities: in Australia 94 - 105 , 110 -13, 148 -9, 152 ;
in Canada 145
‘adaptive radiation’ 205
African Charter 142
African Indigenous Women’s Organization 149
Agenda 21 10 - 11
alienation 112
anagenesis 205
anomie 213
anthropology:
academic and applied28 -9;
and ethno-science 191 ;
and indigenous knowledge 113 ;
role of 19 - 20 , 27 , 58 - 61 , 84 , 93 -5, 113 , 122 ;
theoretical element in 5 - 7
Australia 170 -1;
One Nation Party 104 ;
see also Aboriginal communities;
cattle ranching

b
Bangladesh 177
behavioural psychology 191
belonging, sense of 112
Berger, P. 95 , 111
biodiversity 10 , 87 -9, 119 , 123 , 128 , 131 , 165
Biodiversity Conservation Network 80 -6
Bismarck-Ramu project 70 - 80 , 85 -8
Boas, Franz 20
Bolivia 155 -6
bounded rationality 47
Bray, Warwick 204
breeding of domestic animals 166 -72
Broch-Due, Vigdis 203
Brosius, J. P. 84
Brundtland Commission 9
burial of the dead 59 - 60
Burrough, P. A. 195

c
cadastral maps 177 -9, 185 , 193
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) 145 -6, 155
Canadian University Services Overseas (CUSO) 145 -7
cargo cults 74 -7
cattle ranching 104 -10
Chambers, Robert 197 , 211
Chamus communities 204 -11 passim
Chomsky, N. 22
civil society 146
class conflict 154
climate change 10
Cocoyoc Declaration 8
codification of knowledge 22
communitarianism 151 -2
community development 72 -5, 79 , 85 , 89
compensation payments 57 - 62passim, 87
conservation 65 - 73passim, 78 - 90passim, 210 -12;
of livestock breeds 170
contextual knowledge 24 -5

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