El Estudio Del Cultivo de Roza

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Unión Panamericana, 1963 - 185 pages

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Page 159 - Press for the WennerGren Foundation for Anthropological Research and the National Science Foundation, 1956.
Page 9 - These factors are usually well within the domain of anthropological interest. Ethnoecological factors refer to the ways in which environmental components and their interrelations are categorized and interpreted locally. Failure to cope with this aspect of cultural ecology, to distinguish clearly between native environmental categories (and associated beliefs) and those used by the ethnologist, can lead to confusion, misinformation, and the repetition of useless clichés in discussing unfamiliar systems...
Page 2 - Las exigencias principales para el análisis de los cambios ecológicos relacionados con el cultivo de roza fueron estudiados respecto de: vegetación climax y de vegetación secundaria (Richards 1952; Symington 1933), a cultivos especificos y sucesión de cultivos (Burkill 1935; Grist 1955); a suelos tropicales (Nye y Greenland 1960; With these factors in mind, it is evident that the study and analysis of the complex relations in shifting cultivation can profit greatly from a combined ethnographic...
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Page 67 - о ' ng : géographie humaine et sociologie. xx, 6l8 pp., 86 figs., 32 plates, 7 maps. Paris: Institut d'Ethnologie. Cumberland, Kenneth В. l9^l. A century's change: natural to cultural vegetation in New Zealand.