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Agricultural research centers and indigenous knowledge systems in a worldwide perspective: where do we go from here?

, : Agricultural research centers and indigenous knowledge systems in a worldwide perspective: where do we go from here?. Studies in Technology and Social Change, Technology and Social Change Program, Iowa State University ( 11): 10-20

This paper examines the value and practicality of incorporating indigenous knowledge components in agricultural research to augment sustainable development that benefits all rural people equally, men and women alike. It gives a brief evaluation of the trend toward homogeneity of global resources, and proposes an alternative, guaranteeing diversity and preservation.

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