Humains, bovins et prairies naturelles : une histoire commune de réciprocité et d'échange marchand

Abstract : The PhD project will contribute to the understanding of livestock transformations in Uruguay from the anthropological and the micro-ecosystem analysis of human-animal relationships and different types of knowledge associated with development models proposed by public policies. Different types of farming in Uruguay currently coexist and are characterized by specific rules of relationships with animals and the ecosystem based on differentiated knowledge registers. The research hypothesis argues that the intensification process tends to substitute practices and reciprocal relationships through mercantile exchange relationships that increase the vulnerability of the farming system as socio-ecosystems, based on criteria remote technology from the practical experience and local knowledge. The project proposes an ethnography of human-animal-ecosystem relationships and their transformation in the north part of Uruguay and two institutions from the executive that direct public livestock policy.
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Maria De Torres Alvarez. Humains, bovins et prairies naturelles : une histoire commune de réciprocité et d'échange marchand. Sociologie. Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017MON30006⟩. ⟨tel-01610106⟩

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