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Indigenous Networks and Evangelical Frontiers: Problems with Governance and Ethics in Cases of 'Voluntary Isolation' in Contemporary Amazonia

Author: Vanessa Grotti; Marc Brightman
Publisher: [s.l.] Springer 2017
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document
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The periodic emergence of indigenous peoples living in voluntary isolationin Amazonia have given rise to sensational media reports and heated academicdebate. In this chapter we describe briefly the historical and contemporary relationsbetween indigenous peoples in and out of isolation in the Guiana Shield region ofNorth-eastern South America and discuss the role of indigenous missionaries inhistories of contact.  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Vanessa Grotti; Marc Brightman
ISBN: 9783319422695 3319422693 9783319422718 3319422715
OCLC Number: 1004187212
Language Note: English
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (1 electronic resource ( p.))
Contents: Introduction: Hunter-Gatherers in a Fast Changing World.- Part I: The Historical Legacy.- 1. The Fortunes of Foragers in Colonial and Post-Colonial New Guinea.- 2. When is a Foraging Society? The Loplik in the Tarim Basin.- Part II: Environmental Change.- 3. Trailing Forest Uses Among the Punan Tubu of North Kalimantan, Indonesia.- 4. Bushmeat Crisis, Forestry Reforms and Contemporary Hunting Among Central African Forest Hunters.- 5. Defaunation Through the Eyes of the Tsimane'.- 6. The Death of the Chief of Peccaries: The Apurina and the Scarcity of Forest Resources in Brazilian Amazonia.- Part III: Changes in Economic, Political and Legal Systems.- 7. Why Pume Foragers Retain a Hunting and Gathering Way of Life on a Transitional Landscape.- 8. Sharing in a Context of Rural Development. A Study Among a Contemporary Hunter-Gatherer Society in Indonesia.- 9. Hunter-Gatherers and Fishing Rights in Alaska and Siberia: Contemporary Governmentality, Subsistence, and Sustainable Enterprises.- Part IV: Globalization and Cultural Change.- 10. Indigenous Networks and Evangelical Frontiers: Problems with Governance Ethics in Cases of 'Voluntary Isolation' in Contemporary Amazonia.- 11. 'Like Father, Like Son'? Baka Children's Local Ecological Knowledge Learning in a Context of Cultural Change.- 12. Persistence and Change in Infant Care among Aka Foragers.- 13. Globalized Conflicts, Globalized Responses. Changing Manners of Contestation Among Indigenous Communities.

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This book compiles a collection of case studies analysing drivers of and responses to change amongst contemporary hunter-gatherers.  Read more...

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