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Title: When the young think that every plant is parsley. Social variability of ethnobotanical knowledge and plant categorization in two rural areas from Portugal
Authors: Carvalho, Ana Maria
Frazão-Moreira, Amélia
Keywords: Portuguese Ethnobotany
Traditional knowledge
Local knowledge
Plant categorization
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Pochettino, M.L. & Ladio, H. A.
Citation: Frazão-Moreira, A.; Carvalho, Ana Maria (2009) - When the young think that every plant is parsley! Social variability of ethnobotanical knowledge and plant categorization in two rural areas in Portugal. In Vth International Congress of Ethnobotany. San Carlos de Bariloche
Abstract: The ethnobotanical research in two Portuguese natural protected areas allows us to discuss the process of perceiving plants and building plant knowledge and the cultural transformations in the conceptions of plant, nature and environment in rural contexts that face social and economical changes.
Description: Resumo de comunicação oral apresentada no V ICEB
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/4495
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