anthro9-13 - 9/13/07 Fairhead and Leach re-examine the...

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9/13/07 Fairhead and Leach re-examine the global environmental discourse by - Reminding us of the local origins, and impacts - Validating “traditional” forms of knowledge. - Highlighting significance of social relations and culture in mediating people environmental relations often missed by people - People in power often misuse it. Sometimes they over look traditional knowledge, and often just discount it and say it have nothing to do with it. However, this how they relate to their environment. -When they look at their environment as a social endeavor it effects how they preserve it and treat it - -What happens to the land happens to the people -It influences the practices in what you use. It is different then science approach, which classifies them as different. -Eco culture is the idea that certain no industrial people posses form of knowledge that make there life more harmonisly integrated with their environments and thus more sustainable. - More romanticizing and exoticizing indigenous people. Like in the New Zealand about the Maori - Places to much emphasis on local environments in isolation. - Forest in West Africa
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course SCIENCE 103 taught by Professor Kelly during the Spring '08 term at University of Dayton.

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