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Faculty Publications Faculty Books and Publications. Rhode Island College, [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: hp://digitalcommons. For instance, there is marked cross-cultural agreement on the hierarchical classification of living things, such that plants and animals are grouped according to a ranked taxonomy with mutually exclusive groupings of entities at each level (Atran, 1990; Berlin, Breedlove, & Raven, 1973; 1974; Brown, 1984; Hays, 1983; Hunn, 1977).

Traditional Mapuche ecological knowledge in Patagonia, Argentina: fishes and other living beings inhabiting continental waters, as a reflection of processes of change. Juana Aigo, Ana Haydée Ladio.

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Comparison of folk classifications with the biologist's. labelled genera, rather than lower-level taxa (species and varieties) or. level ones.

Classification and Naming, New Brunswick: University Press. Comparison of folk classifications with the biologist's. The kingdoms (animals-in-general and 'plants-in-. general) are seldom labelled, and above the genus typically the. only labelling refers to 'life-forms'.

Ndumba folk biology and general principles of ethnobiological classification and nomenclature.

American Ethnologist 11(3): 589–93. Brown, C. & Witkowski, S. R. (1980). In Levinson, D. & Malone, M. (ed., Toward explaining human culture. Snakes, snails and life-forms. Ndumba folk biology and general principles of ethnobiological classification and nomenclature. American Anthropologist 85(3): 592–611. The utilitarian factor in folk biological classification. American Anthropologist 84(4): 830–47. Randall, R. & Hunn, E. S. (1984). Do life forms evolve or do uses for life?

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Language and Living Things: Uniformities in Folk Classification and Naming download epub
Author: C.H. Brown
ISBN: 0813510082
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Rutgers University Press; 1st edition (September 1, 1986)
Pages: 306 pages