DATOGA OF NORTHERN TANZANIA: ECOLOGY AND TRADITIONAL CULTURE
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DATOGA OF NORTHERN TANZANIA: ECOLOGY AND TRADITIONAL CULTURE
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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51-55
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The authors have made a research devoted to interaction of economic activity of Datoga (pastoralists of Northern Tanzania) and ecological environment. They underline that Datoga adjust its economic activities to environmental conditions. The study was conducted on the basis of date collected by the authors during the field researches in areas of Datoga residence.
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Datoga, traditional pastoralists of East Africa, ecology, cultural attitudes
Date of publication
01.11.2012
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