Agricultural systems in the tropical forest: A critique framed by tree crops of Papua New Guinea
Tree crops are a very important part of the agricultural systems of the Pacific and elsewhere in the tropics, but are poorly accommodated in the usual frameworks within which the status, origins and development of food production are discussed. These frameworks reflect classifications in which deeply embedded and problematic assumptions about nature, culture and production are represented in confused terminological distinctions, forcing subtle and complex local practices into overly simplistic...[Show more]
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