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Tuesday, 29 May 2018

N° 7 AnthropoChildren 2017 / Issue 7 AnthropoChildren 2017 Children’s ethnobiological knowledge

https://popups.uliege.be/2034-8517/index.php?id=2513 Children’s ethnobiological knowledge textes Edmond Dounias & Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas Children’s ethnobiological knowledge: an introduction textes Velina Ninkova & Jennifer Hays Walking in your grandfather’s footsteps”: kinship and knowledge transmission among the Juǀ’hoansi (Namibia) textes Nicole Revel, Hermine Xhauflair & Norlita Colili Childhood in Pala’wan Highlands forest, the känakan (Philippines) textes Stéphanie M. Carrière, Catherine Sabinot & Hélène Pagezy Children’s ecological knowledge: drawings as a tool for ethnoecologists (Gabon, Madagascar) textes Romain Simenel, Yildiz Aumeeruddy-Thomas, Morgane Salzard & Lahoucine Amzil From the solitary bee to the social bee. The inventiveness of children in the acquisition of beekeeping skills (southwestern Morocco) textes Xiaojie Tian Ethnobiological knowledge generation during “herding games” in pastoralist Maasai society (southern Kenya) textes Sandrine Gallois Growing up in a changing world. A case study among Baka children (southeastern Cameroon) textes Edmond Dounias L’école de la forêt. La difficile conciliation entre instruction formelle et éducation culturelle chez les chasseurs-cueilleurs Kola (sud Cameroun) textes Guadalupe Reyes Domínguez Aprendizaje y enseñanza de la antropología de la infancia en Yucatán (México). El efecto cautivador de un ámbito de estudio

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