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Vol 2, No 3 (2008): African Sacred Ecologies

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Table of Contents


Introduction: African Sacred Ecologies PDF
Celia Nyamweru , Michael Sheridan 285-291


The Cultural Use of the Wild Olive Tree by the amaXhosa People in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa PDF
Michelle Linda Cocks , Anthony Patrick Dold 292-308
Indigenous Beliefs and Biodiversity Conservation: The Effectiveness of Sacred Groves, Taboos and Totems in Ghana for Habitat and Species Conservation PDF
Yaa Ntiamoa-Baidu 309-326
The Contribution of Ecotourism to the Conservation of Natural Sacred Sites: A Case Study from Coastal Kenya PDF
Celia Nyamweru , Elias Kimaru 327-350
Sacred Forests and the Global Challenge of Biodiversity Conservation: The Case of Benin and Togo PDF
Dominique Juhé-Beaulaton 351-372
Taboo and Political Authority in Conservation Policy: A Case Study of the Licuati Forest in Maputaland, Mozambique PDF
Samira A Izidine , Stefan J Siebert , Abraham E van Wyk , Alphaeus M Zobolo 373-390
Royal Residences and Sacred Forests in Western Cameroon: The Intersection of Secular and Spiritual Authority PDF
Denis E.S. Fomin 391-407

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