The contribution to scholarship that the current work hopes to make is a more systematic re-examining of the concepts of indigenousness
and indigenous knowledge, drawing from the wider social sciences and applying them to an international and cross-cultural management studies that is more globally aware and produces more socially meaningful results; to begin to reshape and more thoroughly develop indigenous management research to reflect these global realities; and, to evaluate indigenous research methods that could be used effectively and appropriately in this endeavor.
successfully presented the idea that indigenousness
and development are
Association for Asian Studies, 1995) 35 at 37, 39 (discussing indigenousness
and priority in the international context).
In another way, foreignness is implicated in the indigenousness
of the sceneggiato.
Through story telling we can highlight how knowledge production in the academy reinforces colonial and neo-colonial relations and the considerable implications of these struggles over knowledge for claims of Indigenousness
, agency, and resistance in community activities and academic pursuits focused on cultural vitalization and self-determination.
How an African person from Loiza Aldea can be appreciative of his Spanish culture, the flamenco, the dance, the guitar, Lope de Vega, all the great poets; and how a very light-skinned person can also be appreciative of his Africaness, his Indigenousness
, and all the levels that implies.
There are now a lot of British food cookbooks and, even though few people actually cook, it shows a growing interest in our indigenousness
The emergence of 'Malay', 'Chinese', 'Indian', and 'others' as officially sanctioned ethnic categories under colonial governance led, for instance, to the designation of imagined and real attributes, such as religion, language, indigenousness
, and customary habits.
Perhaps because of an unawareness of the corporate defendants' position, the "smuggling problem" in an earlier iteration was conflated with indigenousness
, and indigenousness
Growing up in rural south Texas, Anzaldua followed her Mamagrande's example of imbuing Tonantzin-Guadalupe with powers that extend beyond traditionally Catholic ones and that Anzaldua associates with indigenousness
However, when CONVAL 8th graders are studying the New World, they also study the fruits that were indigenousness
to that time.
Many students experienced the school interiors as material articulations both of colonialism's assimilationist violence and its agenda of eliminating Indigenousness
from the BC landscape.