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Indians, Markets and Rainforests Theory, Methods, Analysis

By: R Godoy
256 pages, Tabs
Indians, Markets and Rainforests
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Investigates five different lowland Amerindian societies of tropical Latin America, all of which are experiencing deep changes as they modernize, examining the effect of markets on a broad range of areas - including health, conservation of flora and fauna, deforestation, leisure, folk knowledge and reciprocity.

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By: R Godoy
256 pages, Tabs
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