The Role of the Family in Mountain Pastoralism—Change and Continuity

@inproceedings{Fassio2014TheRO,
  title={The Role of the Family in Mountain Pastoralism—Change and Continuity},
  author={Giulia Fassio and L. Battaglini and V. Porcellana and P. Viazzo},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The distinctive features of mountain pastoral families in the past, and their adaptations to environmental and economic constraints, have been the subject of many comparative studies. Less effort has been invested in exploring the role of the family in today's pastoral economy and identifying structural and cultural continuities within the dramatic changes of the last decades. Our ethnographic fieldwork in several valleys of the Italian Western Alps revealed that, contrary to some… Expand
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Journal of Alpine Research | Revue de géographie alpine, 107-1 | 2019

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