VOLUME 4                                               CONTENTS                                                 2000


VOLUME 4, Number 1 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                                                  JANUARY  2000


DEEPAK KUMAR BEHERA

(Editor)

 

Resource Management Through Indigenous Knowledge


 

Editorial Note

 

Jan Brouwer (India) • Practices are not Without Concepts: Reflections on the Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Artisanal and Agricultural Projects in India

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DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.01

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Lawrence F. Van Horn (USA) • Indigenous Knowledge and Storytelling in the Owens Valley, California, for Manzanar National Historic Site: Two American Indian Examples

11-22

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.02

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Leif Manger (Norway) • Local Resource Management in the Context of Civil War and Genocide: Identity, Cultural Tradition and Territory Among the Nuba of the Sudan 

23-46

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.03

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Anand Singh (South Africa) • Use of Indigenous Knowledge and Social networking in Resource Management: A Case study in sustainable Development from the Zulu-Natal 

47-56

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.04

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Deepak Kumar Behera and Srikant Patel (India) • Resource Conservation through Religious Sanctions and Social Conservation in a Primitive Tribal Group of Orissa, India 

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DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.05

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Angello Joseph Mwilawa (Tanzania) • Resource Use and Management in Communal Grasslands by Pastoralists of Tanzania 

65-70

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.06

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Piet A. Erasmus (South Africa) • Diamonds are Forever   

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DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.07

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Robert J. Gregory (New Zealand) • Permaculture and Rehabilitation: A Convergence of Interest  

79-83

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.08

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A. R. Turton (South Africa) • The Monopolization of Access to a Critical Natural Resource: The Case of Water in South Africa  

85-93

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.09

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Gopal S. Singh (India) • Traditional Society and Bio-Cultural Values in the Western Himalayas 

95-100

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.10

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R.E.S. Tanner (UK) • Violence and the Natural Environment 

101-109

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.11

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Sohair Mehanna and Nicholas S. Hopkins (Egypt) • Managing Personal Health in a Polluted Urban Commons 

111-116

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.01.12

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VOLUME 4, Number 2-3                                                                                                                     APRIL & JULY 2000


 

Margaret Trawick (New Zealand) • On the Status of Child Combatants

117-134

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.01

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Lucia Rabello De Castro (Brazil) • Children in the Cities: Un-invited Participants

135-142

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.02

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Jason W. Beckstead and Mary E. Evans (USA) • Child and Family Outcomes: A Comparison under Two Systems of Care in New York State

143-151

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.03

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Peter J.M. Nas and Reynt Jan Sluis (The Netherlands) • Contained Student Protest. The Symbolic Meaning of Urban Space during the 1998 Crisis in Jakarta

153-163

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.04

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Robert J. Gregory (New Zealand) • Creating Futures: A New Paradigm to Revitalize Rehabilitation  

165-167

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.05

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Syhngle Kolawole Balogun and Godwin Ndifon Ndifon (Nigeria) • Extraversion, Multiple Role Strains and Social Support as Correlates of Coping in Widowhood 

171-182

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.06

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Roland Hardenberg (Germany) • The Anka Ceremony of the King of Puri (India) 

183-193

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.07

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Robert J. Gregory (New Zealand) • Broomin’ the Negro: Corporate Capitalism and the Millennium 

195-198

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.08

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Diress T. Alemu*, Dickson M. Nyariki** and Kassim O. Farah** (Ethiopia* and Nigeria**) • Changing Land-use Systems and Socio-economic Roles of Vegetation in Semi-arid Africa: The Case of the Afar and Tigrai of Ethiopia

199-206

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.09

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Clifford O. Odimegwu (Nigeria) • Methodological Issues in the Use of Focus Group Discussion as a Data Collection Tool   

207-212

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.10

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Samarendra Saraf (India) • Professor M. N. Srinivas: In Memoriam  

213-221

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.2-3.11

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Book Review 

223-224

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Call for Papers 

225-226

 


VOLUME 4, Number 4 (SPECIAL ISSUE)                                                                                                             OCTOBER 2000


ROLAND HARDENBERG

(Guest Editor)

 

Asian World Views: Context and Structure


 

Roland Hardenberg (Germany) • Introduction – Asian World Views: Context and Structure

227-233

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.01

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Anna Schmid (Germany) • Truck Art as Arena of Contest 

235-241

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.02

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Vishvajit Pandya (New Zealand) • Spirits, Politics, and Rituals in the History of Nicobar Islands 

243-260

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.03

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Roland Hardenberg (Germany) • Visnu’s Sleep, Mahisa’s Attack and Durga’s Victory: Concepts of Royalty in a Sacrificial Drama   

261-276

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.04

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Uwe Skoda (Germany) • The Kinship System of the Aghria  

277-293

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.05

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Christian Strümpell (Germany) • Kinship in Western Uttar Pradesh: A Re- interpretation of Sylvia Vatuk’s Model of North Indian Kinship  

295-304

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.06

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Ingrid Pfluger-Schindlbeck (Germany) • The Power of Tropes in the Laments of Death 

305-312

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.07

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Helene Basu (Germany) • Local Concepts of Women Ascetics: Living Goddesses of the Charan  

313-321

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.08

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Lidia Guzy (Germany) • “On the Road with the Babas”. Some Insights into Local Features of Mahima Dharma 

323-330

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.09

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Georg Pfeffer (Germany) • Tribal Ideas 

331-346

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.10

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Tina Otten (Germany) • In a Remote Area: Categories of the Person and Illness among the Desia of Koraput, Orissa 

347-356

DOI: 10.31901/24566756.2000/04.04.11

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Authors Index 

357-358

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Subject Index 

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