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Of Apes and Men: An Ethno-Ethological Approach of Knowledge in a Context of Scientific Conservation, Cameroon
Dieudonné, Mélodie
2013The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) postgraduate conference 2013 - Ideas in movement: Addressing tensions in anthropology
 

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Keywords :
Ethno-ethology – Local knowledge – Interactive Knowledge; Human-animal relationships; Biodiversity Conservation - Cameroon
Abstract :
[en] The approach of ethno-ethology appears as a key-tool to overcome the duality of the concepts of nature and culture in the study of local knowledge. We offer reflections about human-gorilla relationships, the diversity and encounter of different modes of knowledge in a context of great apes scientific conservation in a tropical Cameroonian forest
Disciplines :
Anthropology
Author, co-author :
Dieudonné, Mélodie ;  Université de Liège > Institut des sciences humaines et sociales > Anthropologie de la communication
Language :
English
Title :
Of Apes and Men: An Ethno-Ethological Approach of Knowledge in a Context of Scientific Conservation, Cameroon
Publication date :
October 2013
Event name :
The Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) postgraduate conference 2013 - Ideas in movement: Addressing tensions in anthropology
Event organizer :
The Royal Anthropological Institute and the Scottish Training in Anthropological Research (STAR) Consortium
Event place :
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Event date :
du 28 au 29 octobre 2013
Audience :
International
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