Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest

Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest

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For two years Raj Puri lived and hunted with the Penan Benalui people in the rainforest of eastern Borneo in Indonesia. Here he reports on Penan hunting techniques, the knowledge required to be a successful hunter, and the significance of hunting for Penan communities. The author makes a case for using active participant observation, in conjunction with standard ethnobiological research methods, for documenting non-verbal knowledge.Schematic diagram of the scheduling of swidden agriculture tasks in Long Peliran Several Kenyah farmers have small, irrigated wet- ... Poor rainfall and inadequate irrigation led to a perception that the wet-rice crop was doomed from the start.

Title:Deadly Dances in the Bornean Rainforest
Author: Rajindra K. Puri
Publisher:Kitlv Press - 2005

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