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先住民の知識・文化の保護と認識 システム比較研究

Indigenous Knowledge Forum: Comparative Systems for Recognising and Protecting Indigenous Knowledge and Culture

Natalie P. Stoianoff (editor)

xii, 501 p. Paper., 2016年12月刊

LexisNexis Australia, AUS. ISBN: 9780409340662

¥16,664

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【Table of Contents】

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Indigenous knowledge: what are the issues?

Chapter 3: Australia and Indigenous knowledge

Chapter 4: Asserting cultural interests through the law: issues and innovations

Chapter 5: Reclaiming Indigenous knowledge in land and sea management

Chapter 6: Australian seed banks: moving toward seed and seed data collection practice in the context of Indigenous people, knowledge and tradition?

Chapter 7: A reconstructed metaphor for Aboriginal property rights and interests in Australia: the challenges in normalising Aboriginal ontology into Western concepts of knowledge and resources

Chapter 8: Collaborative partnerships for recognising and protecting traditional medicinal knowledge

Chapter 9: The protection of traditional knowledge of Indigenous peoples in Peru: challenges in the implementation of Law 27811

Chapter 10: Protection of traditional knowledge and biodiversity in India

Chapter 11: The problems of Muang Fai water management customary law in present-day Thailand

Chapter 12: Protecting Indigenous knowledge and culture: the African experience

Chapter 13: A comparison of the regimes for protecting traditional knowledge and biodiversity in Costa Rica and Ethiopia

Chapter 14: The uphill struggle to protect Indigenous traditional knowledge in settler states that value short-term private ownership: how is Canada doing?’

Chapter 15: The special protection of Traditional Chinese Medicine and its interface with patent protection in China

Chapter 16: Tikanga Maori: a traditional knowledge system

Chapter 17: Protection of Samoa’s traditional knowledge: summary of a review carried out by the Samoa Law Reform Commission