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Indigenous Knowledge and Innovation

Tanja Odijk

Indigenous Knowledge and Innovation

socio-economic and cultural changes in Igombe, a fishing community in Tanzania resulting from the introduction of Nile perch in Lake Victoria

by Tanja Odijk

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Published by Catholic University of Nijmegen in Nijmegen .
Written in English


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StatementTanja Odijk, Bettie Oosterhoff
The Physical Object
Paginationunpaginated
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Open LibraryOL17317627M

Explorations of science, technology, and innovation in Africa not as the product of “technology transfer” from elsewhere but as the working of African knowledge. The open access edition of this book was made possible by generous funding from Knowledge the STI literature, Africa has often been regarded as a recipient of science, technology, and innovation rather than a maker of.


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