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Australian Journal of Adult Learning, v49 n2 p352-363 Jul 2009

In order to protect indigenous/traditional knowledge, intellectual property law must be leveraged in a way that is responsive to the dynamic inter-relationships between law, society and culture. Over the last decade, increased attention to Indigenous concerns has produced a wealth of literature and prompted recognition of the diverse needs of Indigenous peoples in relation to law, legal access and knowledge protection. There is much more that needs to be done, especially in closely considering what the consequences of legal protection are for the ways in which traditional/indigenous culture is understood and experienced by Indigenous communities and others. This paper considers the latest developments within this field and discusses what possibilities for further legal action exist within both international and local contexts. (Contains 2 footnotes.)

Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Intellectual Property, Laws, Trend Analysis, Intellectual History, Indigenous Knowledge, Social Problems, Performance Factors, Barriers, Change Strategies, Foreign Countries

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Autor: Anderson, Jane

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3963&id=EJ864443







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