Ethnic Studies

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1. Indigenous Knowledge Systems for Appropriate Technology Development

By John Tharakan

Part of book: Indigenous People

2. Exploring Aboriginal Identity in Australia and Building Resilience

By Clair Andersen

Part of book: Indigenous, Aboriginal, Fugitive and Ethnic Groups Around the Globe

3. Role of Traditional Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Indigenous Institutions in Sustainable Land Management in Western Highlands of Kenya

By Chris A. Shisanya

Part of book: Indigenous People

4. Journey to America: South Asian Diaspora Migration to the United States (1965–2015)

By John P. Williams

Part of book: Indigenous, Aboriginal, Fugitive and Ethnic Groups Around the Globe

5. Indigenous Resource Management Practices and the Local Social-Cultural Context: An Insight towards Self-Directed Resource Management by People who ‘Coexist’ with Supernatural Agents

By Masatoshi Sasaoka

Part of book: Indigenous People

6. Empowering Namibian Indigenous People through Entrepreneurship: The Case from the Nama People

By Wilfred Isak April, Daniel Ileni Itenge, Josef Petrus Van der Westhuizen and Lazarus Shimwaningi Emvula

Part of book: Indigenous People

7. Revisiting Indigenous Biotic and Abiotic Weather Forecasting for Possible Integration with Scientific Weather Prediction: A Case from the Borana People of South Ethiopia

By Desalegn Yayeh Ayal

Part of book: Indigenous People

8. The Role of International Law in Protecting Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Nigeria and Kenya: A Comparative Perspective

By Sylvanus Barnabas

Part of book: Indigenous, Aboriginal, Fugitive and Ethnic Groups Around the Globe

9. The Indigenous School: A Space of Ruptures and Tensions within Local Culture

By Germán Alejandro García Lara and Oscar Cruz Pérez

Part of book: Indigenous People

10. Stories of Milk, Honey and Bile: Representing Diasporic African Foreigner’s Identities in South African Fiction

By Maurice Taonezvzi Vambe

Part of book: Indigenous, Aboriginal, Fugitive and Ethnic Groups Around the Globe