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The Traditional Ecological Knowledge of the Solega: A Linguistic Perspective by Aung Si
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The Traditional Ecological Knowledge of the Solega: A Linguistic Perspective by Aung Si

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Agronomy & Crops
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9783319246796
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Aung Si
Publisher
Springer
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This book covers the ethnobiology and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of the Solega people of southern India. Solega TEK is shown to be a complex, inter-related network of detailed observations of natural phenomena, well-reasoned and often highly accurate theorizing, as well as a belief system, derived from cultural norms, regarding the relationships between humans and other species ...

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    Category Type
    Agronomy & Crops
    ISBN
    9783319246796
    Item EAN
    2724405133108
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    Author
    Aung Si
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    Publisher
    Springer
    Category Type
    Agronomy & Crops
    ISBN
    9783319246796
    Item EAN
    2724405133108
    People
    Author
    Aung Si
    People
    Publisher
    Springer
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    Paperback
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    English
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    Description:

    This book covers the ethnobiology and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of the Solega people of southern India. Solega TEK is shown to be a complex, inter-related network of detailed observations of natural phenomena, well-reasoned and often highly accurate theorizing, as well as a belief

    This book covers the ethnobiology and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of the Solega people of southern India. Solega TEK is shown to be a complex, inter-related network of detailed observations of natural phenomena, well-reasoned and often highly accurate theorizing, as well as a belief system, derived from cultural norms, regarding the relationships between humans and other species on the one hand, and between non-human species on the other. As language-based studies are strongly biased toward investigations of ethno-taxonomy and nomenclature, the importance of studying TEK in its proper context is discussed as making context and encyclopedic knowledge the objects of study are essential for a proper understanding of TEK

 

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