Indigenous Knowledge and the Integration of Knowledge Systems: Towards a Philosophy of Articulation
This book explores the role of the social and natural sciences in supporting the development of indigenous knowledge systems. It looks at how indigenous knowledge systems can impact on the transformation of knowledge generating institutions such as scientific and higher education institutions on the one hand, and the policy domain on the other.
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Knowledge Appropriation in a Postcolonial Context
Between Pilgrimage and Citizenship
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the African Renaissance
Establishing Protocols for an Indigenousdirected Process
Endogenous Knowledge in Anthropological Perspective
Indigenous Knowledge and the Disciplines
Towards a Culturebased Foundation for Indigenous Knowledge Systems
Science Magic and Religion as Trajectories of the Psychology of Projection
Psychoanalysis the Enigma of Human Behaviour and the Contribution
The Role of Intellectual Property in Building Capacity for Innovation
Indigenous Contemporary Knowledge Development through Research
Stories of the Hunt Who is writing them?
The Place of Indigenous Knowledge Systems in the PostPostmodern
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