Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/42389
Title: Who should conduct ethnobotanical studies? Effects of different interviewers in the case of the Chácobo Ethnobotany project, Beni, Bolivia.
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Issue Date: 26-Jan-2018
Citation: J Ethnobiol Ethnomed.2018 Jan;(14)1:9
Abstract: That the answers elicited through interviews may be influenced by the knowledge of the interviewer is accepted across disciplines. However, in ethnobotany, there is little evidence to quantitatively assess what impact this effect may have. We use the results of a large study of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of plant use of the Chácobo and Pacahuara of Beni, Bolivia, to explore the effects of interviewer identity and knowledge upon the elicited plant species and uses.
PMID: 29373988
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/42389
Rights: openAccess
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