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Social perspective of generation and utilization of indigenous science and technology
|Statement||edited by B. Sarkar, N.P. Chaubey, M.A. Qureshi.|
|Contributions||Sarkar, B., 1937-, Chaubey, N. P., 1944-, Qureshi, M. A., Indian Academy of Social Sciences., National Geophysical Research Institute (India), Regional Research Laboratory (Hyderabad, India), National Seminar on Social Perspective of Generation and Utilization of Indigenous Technology (1987 : National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad)|
|LC Classifications||Q175.52.I4 S643 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||90904934|
Despite legislation to increase educational success for racial and ethnic minorities in the USA, educational disparities persist. I examine this trend among Indigenous peoples in the state of Oregon, but extend it to education systems across the USA. In Oregon, American Indians have the poorest educational attainment of all racial and ethnic groups; only 55% of American Indians graduate on by: 4. involves social, economic, and cultural development and a “strong sense of identity as indigenous” (McKinley, , p. ). However, in order to for indigenous knowledge systems to continue, we need people with the ability to embrace indigenous ways and Size: KB.
Understanding “indigenous technology” begins with defining possible definitions are many. The term is used in reference to plants, animals, or people that naturally belong to a particular place (Hornby , p. ).It can be defined as “native,” as in something not introduced directly or indirectly according to historical record or scientific analysis into a particular. Education Indigenous to Place: Western Science Meets Native Reality. by. Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley and Ray Barnhardt. Indigenous peoples throughout the world have sustained their unique worldviews and associated knowledge systems for millenia, even while undergoing major social upheavals as a result of transformative forces beyond their control.
Fourth, science and technology must be accessible to all levels of learning, including to the public through the media to show how research can drive high technology innovation and wealth Size: KB. In book: Social Issues in living color: Challenges and solutions from the perspective of ethnic minority psychology., Edition: 1st, Publisher: Praeger, Editors: Art Blume Cite this publication.
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Indigenous Science (IS) in this book refers to the science knowledge of all peoples who, as participants in culture, are affected by the worldview and interests of their home communities and homelands. Ogawa () proposes that every culture has its own science and refers to the science of a given culture as its “indigenous science” (p.
).Author: Gloria Snively, Wanosts'a Lorna Williams. A new generation of indigenous researchers is taking its place in the world of social research in increasing numbers.
These scholars provide new insights into communities under the research gaze and offer new ways of knowing to traditional scholarly by: Traditional Indigenous knowledge and science has aided the development of modern scientific knowledge, and including Indigenous people in science is essential to its : Jesse Popp.
Indigenous people around the world are becoming more interested in information technology because they see it as a way to preserve their traditional cultures for future generations as well as a way to provide their communities with economic and social renewal. However, the cost of the new technologies, geographic isolation, and a lack of computer literacy have made it difficult for.
Indigenous knowledge is an important natural resource that can facilitate the development process in cost-effective, participatory, and sustainable ways. The research papers in this volume present the practical knowledge of tribal and rural folks of India in utilization of indigenous science and technologies in their subsistence : $ Science, Technology and Society: Needs, Challenges and Limitations focuses on the role of science and technology in promoting development as well as its limitation in shaping the society.
The text outlines the contributions that this field has provided in health, industries, agriculture, transportation, and. The book is an example of the generative opportunity that comes from integrating critical insights of especially post-structural thought and Indigenous-Indigenous Studies scholars to reveal the ways in which Indigenous lives in first world locations are contoured by relations of /5(3).
Science is the pursuit of the ches to gathering that knowledge are culturally relative. Indigenous science incorporates traditional Author: Jesse Popp. Max Hendriks lectures in information technology at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, where he is also currently completing a master’s degree in internetworking science.
He has been an educator for over 35 years and taught all grades from pre-school through to university postgraduate students, as well as holding senior executive positions in education. The Learning Indigenous Science from Place research team hopes the results of this study will assist in encouraging positive systemic change to nurture Aboriginal students’ scientific literacy so they canFile Size: 1MB.
Renewable Energy: Generation, Storage, and Utilization. John Turner. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. National security depends on energy security. —President-elect George W. Bush.
Energy is the major input for overall socio-economic development. Kamalanathan, Secretary, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Government.
Africa shows no commensurate contribution to global knowledge systems on human development vis-a-vis its status as the cradle of humanity. This essay introduces Africentric thinking into contextualizing developmental research in Africa’s centuries-old social systems and cultural capital with the objective of strengthening its generative research : A.
Bame Nsamenang. Indigenous scientists are trained in various specializations such as herbalism, weather observations, mental health, and time keeping, and there are tests to ensure IS validity. One marked difference between the two sciences: Data from IS is not used to control the forces of nature, but instead is used to find methods and resources for.
A Theory for Indigenous Australian Health and Human Service Work offers a deep insight into Indigenous Australian ways of working with people, in the context of a decolonisation framework.
It is an invaluable resource for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous practitioners and researchers in health, social work, community work, education and. Indigenous knowledge is the unique knowledge confined to a particular culture or society.
It is also known as local knowledge, folk knowledge, people's knowledge, traditional wisdom or traditional. Indigenous is associated with people originating or developing naturally in a particular land, region, or environment.
So the technology evolved by indigenous people are indigenous technology. Indigenous technology of India, will be the technologi. This article explores the beliefs and attitudes of rural primary teachers towards incorporating Indigenous knowledge and Indigenous teaching practices in science education.
A case study of 10 teachers in a rural school in Zimbabwe was conducted using the observation method which was complimented with a semi-structured by: If we understand ‘indigenous’ to relate to people who have a long-standing and complex relationship with a local area and ‘science’ to mean a systematic approach to acquiring knowledge of the natural world, then Indigenous science is the process by which Indigenous people build their empirical knowledge of their natural environment.
The thrust of this paper is to heighten awareness, stimulate new thoughts and generate discussion on the wealth of indigenous knowledge. African researchers need to persist in developing and using alternative methods of studying our reality and refrain from sticking to the research pathways mapped out by Western methodologies, within which many have been by: The Handbook of Research on Social, Cultural, and Educational Considerations of Indigenous Knowledge in Developing Countries is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on the importance of knowledge and value systems at the community level and ways indigenous people utilize this information.
Highlighting impacts on. The purpose of this study, therefore, was to integration of indigenous knowledge and practices into chemistry teaching for sustainable living.
Specifically, the study intended to find out the- 1. Mean achievement scores of students taught chemistry with integration of indigenous knowledge and practices and those taught Size: KB. Joan Carling, Co-convener, Indigenous Peoples Major Group for the SDGs stresses the importance of inclusion of indigenous people in decision making for .History of indigenous science and technology in Nigeria.
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