ASSESSING CULTURAL AND ECOLOGICAL VARIATION IN ETHNOBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH: THE IMPORTANCE OF GENDER

@inproceedings{Pfeiffer2005ASSESSINGCA,
  title={ASSESSING CULTURAL AND ECOLOGICAL VARIATION IN ETHNOBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH: THE IMPORTANCE OF GENDER},
  author={Jeanine M. Pfeiffer and Ramona J. Butz},
  year={2005}
}
—Contending that a significant portion of current ethnobiological research continues to overlook cultural variation in traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) and practice, this paper explores the potential impacts of gender-imbalanced research on data collection, hypothesis testing, and the formulation and application of ethnobiological inventories and theories. A multidisciplinary review of over 220 studies addresses commonly held stereotypes underlying gender-imbalanced field research and… CONTINUE READING

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