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by Constance M. McCorkle,Evelyn Mathias,Marina Martin

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Constance M. McCorkle,Evelyn Mathias,Marina Martin
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Ethnoveterinary Medicine book. This book replaces ethnoveterinary medicine: An annotated bibliography, which was originally published in 1989 as the premier sourcebook in its field and will be of great use and interest to many active in the Indigenous Knowledge field.

Ethnoveterinary knowledge is currently in use not only in developing countries, where often no other . Mathias ER et al (2001) Ethnoveterinary Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Community Animal Healthcare.

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Mathias-Mundy, Evelyn and Constance M. McCorkle (1989). Ethnoveterinary Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography. McCorkle, Constance M. (1995). Back to the future: Lessons from ethnoveterinary RD&E for studying and applying local knowledge, Agriculture and Human Values 12(2): 52–80. (1986).

Martin, . Mathias, . & McCorkle, C. M. 2001, Ethnoveterinary Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Community Animal Healthcare ITDG . Ethnoveterinary medicine: Harnessing its potential. 2001, Ethnoveterinary Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Community Animal Healthcare ITDG Publishing, London. Vet Bull 74 (8): 27N – 37N. Lans, C. and Brown, G. 1998. Some observations on ethnoveterinary medicine in Trinidad and Tobago. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 35 (2), 125 - 142.

Ethnoveterinary medicine: an annotated bibliography of community animal healthcare. In all cultures, ethnomedical practices are largely the same for animals and people, whether in mode of administration of materia medica, in the materials themselves, or in surgical, mechanical,. In all cultures, ethnomedical practices are largely the same for animals and people, whether in mode of administration of materia medica, in the materials themselves, or in surgical, mechanical. More).

Animal healthcare Human healthcare Modern medicine Traditional medicine Veterinary medicine. Case Study: Village Animal healthcare. A Community-based approach to Livestock Development in Kenya. London: Intermediate Technology Publications.

Indigenous Knowledge and Development Monitor. Ethnoveterinary Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Community Animal Healthcare. Mathias-Mundy, E and McCorkle, CM (1989). Conrad, J, Vogler, B, Klaiber, I, Roos, G, Walter, U and Kraus, W (1998). London: Intermediate Technology Development Group Publishing, p. 480. Vol. 6. Center for Indigenous Knowledge for Agriculture and Rural Development, Iowa State University, p. 199. Mbaria, JM, Maitho, TE, Mitema, ES and Muchiri, DJ (1998).

Marina Martin, Constance M. McCorkle, and Evelyn Mathias. Item prices are updated at the date and time listed. Prices and availability are subject to change.

Livestock raisers and healers everywhere have traditional ways of classifying, diagnosing, preventing and treating common animal diseases. Many of these "ethnoveterinary" practices offer viable alternatives or complements to conventional, Western-style veterinary medicine - especially where the latter is unavailable or inappropriate.This rich bibliography contains annotations of 1240 publications that deal with sociocultural, politico-economic, environmental and biomedical aspects of community animal healthcare. Entries span 118 countries of Europe, Africa, the Americas, Asia and the Pacific. Examples of ordinary people's diverse knowledge, skills, beliefs and practices are recorded for some 200 health problems of 25 livestock species. The species discussed range from 'exotics' like reindeer, camelids, elephant and yak, through more familiar farm and pet animals, to micro-livestock like fish and bees. Reference is made to hundreds of plant species or genera, to inorganic items or compounds, and innumerable foodstuffs and household items employed as "materia medica" in treatments that run the gamut of medicinal, surgical, physical/mechanical and supernatural. In addition, stockraisers' many astute and often environmentally friendly health-related herding, housing, husbandry and breeding practices are documented.The volume prioritizes twentieth century literature, with the bulk of publications dating from 1989 to 1999. It is designed to provide researchers, development professionals and policy makers working in agriculture, education, national development and human medicine with contemporary data, ideas and approaches for the practical evaluation, application and extension of community animal healthcare knowledge and resources to solving immediate development problems. At a broader level, the bibliography suggests the many potential benefits to people everywhere of systematically studying and building upon sometimes ancient - and sometimes brand new - local/indigenous knowledge.