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|Title:||Indigenous knowledge systems biodiversity conservation and change|
|Keywords:||Roy Burman, J.J.|
School of Social Work
|Publisher:||Tata Institute Of Social Sciences|
|Abstract:||From identitying the problem, to tracing the explicit and implicit causes of the global biodiversity crisis. the course the study takes is in the structure of the hourglass . Still within the macro framework one takes a crltical look at various international treaties and conventions that have tried to address the issue of biodiversity loss the parities and disparities within them. From understanding these emerges the rationale for this study and thereby the objectives of the study. The methodology of the study spells out the evolution of the self. the strategies and the methods used in collecting data to fulfill the objectives of the study. Having outlined these one goes on to understanding what Indigenous knowledge means, through an extensive review of literature the aspects of it are brought out and its interrrelations studied there forth.|
|Appears in Collections:||M.A.|
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