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Hunter-gatherers In A Changing World

Hunter-gatherers In A Changing World - Pyhälä, Aili (EDT)/ Reyes-garcía, Victoria (EDT) - ISBN: 9783319422695
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Sociale en historische antropologie
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This Book Compiles A Collection Of Case Studies Analysing Drivers Of And Responses To Change Amongst Contemporary Hunter-gatherers.


Titel: Hunter-gatherers In A Changing World
auteur: Pyhälä, Aili (EDT)/ Reyes-garcía, Victoria (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 257
Uitgever: Springer International Publishing Ag
Plaats van publicatie: CH
NUR: Sociale en historische antropologie
Afmetingen: 235 x 155
Gewicht: 6282 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783319422695
Intern nummer: 34461969


Introduction: Hunter-Gatherers in a Fast Changing World.- Part I: The Historical Legacy.- 1. The Fortunes of Foragers in Colonial and Post-Colonial New Guinea.- 2. When is a Foraging Society? The Loplik in the Tarim Basin.- Part II: Environmental Change.- 3. Trailing Forest Uses Among the Punan Tubu of North Kalimantan, Indonesia.- 4. Bushmeat Crisis, Forestry Reforms and Contemporary Hunting Among Central African Forest Hunters.- 5. Defaunation Through the Eyes of the Tsimane'.- 6. The Death of the Chief of Peccaries: The Apurinã and the Scarcity of Forest Resources in Brazilian Amazonia.- Part III: Changes in Economic, Political and Legal Systems.- 7. Why Pumé Foragers Retain a Hunting and Gathering Way of Life on a Transitional Landscape.- 8. Sharing in a Context of Rural Development. A Study Among a Contemporary Hunter-Gatherer Society in Indonesia.- 9. Hunter-Gatherers and Fishing Rights in Alaska and Siberia: Contemporary Governmentality, Subsistence, and Sustainable Enterprises.- Part IV: Globalization and Cultural Change.- 10. Indigenous Networks and Evangelical Frontiers: Problems with Governance Ethics in Cases of 'Voluntary Isolation' in Contemporary Amazonia.- 11. 'Like Father, Like Son'? Baka Children's Local Ecological Knowledge Learning in a Context of Cultural Change.- 12. Persistence and Change in Infant Care among Aka Foragers.- 13. Globalized Conflicts, Globalized Responses. Changing Manners of Contestation Among Indigenous Communities.


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