Quiz 2 review Anth - Term Ethnobiology Darrell Posey Apt...

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Term Definition Ethnobiology 1. Utilitarian Ethnobiology (1 st phase of ethnobio. Research) researchers exploited indigenous knowledge for individual or cultural gain or advancement 2. Cognitive Ethnobiology (2 nd phase of ethnobio. Research) researchers sought to understand the workings of the human mind by researching indigenous practices compared to western practices (taxonomies vs. IK groupings) 3. Resource Management Ethnobiology (3 rd phase) researchers use indigenous resource management techniques in order to find a more functional/ sustainable model for western agricultural practices (kyapo apêtê) 4. Indigenous Rights Ethnobiology (4 th phase) Researchers take on an intellectual property rights stand, and fight for the right of the natives to keep their traditions and knowledge Darrell Posey Researcher who went to the Kayapo’s village in the Brazilian rainforest and studied their subsistence patterns. He put heavy importance on the fact that the Apêtê system which was effective as well as sustainable (possibly a model for the west) Wanted to
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course ANTH 210 taught by Professor Chapman during the Summer '08 term at University of Washington.

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Quiz 2 review Anth - Term Ethnobiology Darrell Posey Apt...

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