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Integration of Indigenous Knowledge and Science

Hikuroa, D. (2011).  Integration of Indigenous Knowledge and Science. (Morgan, K., Durie M., Henare M., & Robust T. Tuhi, Ed.).The International Journal of Science in Society. 2(2), 

ALL INDIGENOUS PEOPLES have a tradition of unity with the environment and have developed their own views of ecosystems throughout human history. Most of them based in traditional knowledge systems, which they use to understand and interpret their own biophysical environments (Durie 2004; Iaccarino 2003; Peet 2006). These systems of living as a part of and managing the environment constitute a key part of the cultural identity and social integrity of many indigenous peoples (Durie 2004;Mazzocchi 2006; Patterson 2009; Peet 2006).

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