Cultural models of nature and divinity in a rain-fed farming village of Punjab, Pakistan
Routledge Studies in Anthropology
Publication (Name of Journal)
Cultural Models of Nature: Primary Food Producers and Climate Change
Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations, London
This chapter examines the relationship between complex, generative conceptual cultural models and the actions and decisions farmers make in their agricultural lives. It is part of an international collaboration that focused specifically on primary food producers in different parts of the world. In part, the motivation was to develop a better understanding of the significance of idea systems and their practical manifestations. Lurking beneath the esoteric anthropological questions about knowledge production and its impact on behaviors, however, were very practical concerns about the effects of changing context of primary food producers.
(2019). Cultural models of nature and divinity in a rain-fed farming village of Punjab, Pakistan. Cultural Models of Nature: Primary Food Producers and Climate Change, 140-164.
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