Ethnobiology in Four Phases

@inproceedings{Hunn2007EthnobiologyIF,
  title={Ethnobiology in Four Phases},
  author={Eugene S. Hunn},
  year={2007}
}
—I recognize four phases of ethnobiology: I, II, III, and IV. Ethnobiology I begins well before the formal naming of ethnobiology as a scholarly endeavor at the end of the 19th century. This initial phase has been widely characterized, albeit over simply, as essentially utilitarian. Ethnobiology II was elaborated in the cognitive/linguistic anthropology of the 1960s. Ethnobiology III integrates knowledge with practice, stressing the ecological consequences of knowledge applied to make a living… CONTINUE READING

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