The ecologically noble savage debate

@article{Hames2007TheEN,
  title={The ecologically noble savage debate},
  author={R. Hames},
  journal={Annual Review of Anthropology},
  year={2007},
  volume={36},
  pages={177-190}
}
  • R. Hames
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Annual Review of Anthropology
  • Debate around the ecologically noble savage represents two markedly different research threads. The first addresses the issue of conservation among native peoples and narrowly focuses on case studies of resource use of ethnographic, archaeological, or historic sources. The second thread is broader and more humanistic and political in orientation and considers the concept of ecological nobility in terms of identity, ecological knowledge, ideology, and the deployment of ecological nobility as a… CONTINUE READING
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