Is hunting still healthy? strengths and limitations of dominant discourses used to examine contemporary indigenous land-health Interrelationships
Around the world, Indigenous people continue to experience some of the greatest health disadvantages. As the United Nations Second Decade of the World's Indigenous People's (2005-2014) draws to a close, questions are still being asked about how best to remedy this situation. One approach is research and policy responses focused on engagement in land-based practices (LBPs) - from hunting, and fishing, to wild food gathering, ceremony and land care. Participating in these LBPs is considered to be...[Show more]
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