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indigenous

[in′dij·ə·nəs]
(science and technology)
Existing and having originated naturally in a particular region or environment.

indigenous

Said of a plant or tree which is native to the area in which it is grown.
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The attributes of authenticity and indigenousness reflect the local culture, background and history of a tourist destination.
The contribution to scholarship that the current work hopes to make is a more systematic re-examining of the concepts of indigenousness and indigenous knowledge, drawing from the wider social sciences and applying them to an international and cross-cultural management studies that is more globally aware and produces more socially meaningful results; to begin to reshape and more thoroughly develop indigenous management research to reflect these global realities; and, to evaluate indigenous research methods that could be used effectively and appropriately in this endeavor.
I believe that the Village's strategic association with headhunting (and the unfavorable connotations that it might carry) is an instance of how native people in Sabah have recognized that by assuming agency over their culture, and especially by embracing their Otherness, they find a common ground--in the present case, a headhunting past--with which to respond to outside attacks on their indigenousness.
Los caifanes' assertion that the power of mestizaje can be appropriated without acquiring any of the features or attributes normally linked to indigenousness allows a reconciliation of both sides of mestizaje for the intended audience.
By assimilating indigenousness into the civic and military narrative of Australia and New Zealand, the divisions and contests between indigenous cultures and their colonisers are silenced; yet, to remove them is perhaps to perpetuate their representation as the eternal victims.
If, as Aristotle says, law as a rule and measure of human acts must be homogeneous with what it measures, the perfect political order will not take the elimination of the qualifications of indigenousness and private property to be a characteristic of the perfectly just regime.
6) But if indigenousness were the key to state longevity on the peninsula, the Japanese would not have taken Korea so easily in 1910.
of Massachusetts at Amherst) offer a collaborative and performative text of autoethnography and short stories that reflects on six themes of "betweenness" in identity, class, race, sexuality, indigenousness, and knowledge production.
Jacques Bertrand (2004; also this issue) argues that the institutions of the New Order created profound social and political exclusions: Dayaks and Papuans on grounds of lack of modernity, the Chinese for lack of indigenousness, the East Timorese for historical reasons, and Islam on grounds of ideology.
Several other chapters also explore the difficulty music engineers face when recording indigenous music, alternating between a perceived "authentic" indigenousness and the "inauthentic" Western.
that indigenousness may be defined as knowledge consciousnesses arising
My interview subjects saw no reason to privilege Indigenousness on the basis of prior occupation.

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