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Is Hunting Still Healthy? Understanding the Interrelationships between Indigenous Participation in Land-Based Practices and Human-Environmental Health

2014

King, U., & Furgal, C.

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Using hunting as a case study, this article provides a transdisciplinary meta-analysis of the international literature that explores the ways in which Indigenous participation in land-based practices and human-environmental health have been studied, current gaps in knowledge, and the implications of these findings for research and policy.

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Is Hunting Still Healthy? Understanding the Interrelationships between Indigenous Participation in Land-Based Practices and Human-Environmental Health.

King, U., & Furgal, C. (2014). Is hunting still healthy? Understanding the interrelationships between Indigenous participation in land-based practices and human-environmental health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(6), 5751-82.

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