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Ethnovideography: Video-based Indigenous Knowledge Systems

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  • Alexander G. Flor

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Knowledge management (KM) is not exclusively concerned with contemporary, cutting-edge knowledge that is applied to current problems. It likewise covers indigenous knowledge that signifies the wisdom of our forefathers and local knowledge that represents the innate common sense of the farmer, the fisherfolk, and the housewife. KM studies ways and means by which both scientific and indigenous or local knowledgea may be stored, shared, and reused-in other words, maximized-through information and communication technologies. This book presents a system of capturing and storing indigenous knowledge through the convergence of digital video and work station technology. SEARCA takes pride insharing this sytem with Southeast Asian organizations and institutions involved in indigenous and local knowledge.

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  • Alexander G. Flor, 2002. "Ethnovideography: Video-based Indigenous Knowledge Systems," Regional Textbooks, Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA), number 2002:21.
  • Handle: RePEc:sag:seatxt:2002:21
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