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Current Issue  - Ethnobiology of Bats

Journal of Ethnobiology Volume 41, NUMBER 1

 

 

NEW SPECIAL ISSUE OUT NOW!
2021 Volume # 41 (1): Ethnobiology of Bats

Guest edited by Ricardo Rocha, Adrià López-Baucells, and
Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ETHNOBIOLOGY OF BATS: EXPLORING HUMAN-BAT INTER-RELATIONSHIPS IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD
Ricardo Rocha, Adriá López-Baucells, and Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares

BANE OR BLESSING? REVIEWING CULTURAL VALUES OF BATS ACROSS THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION

Mary-Ruth Low, Wong Zhi Hoong, Zhiyuan Shen, Baheerathan Murugavel, Nikki Mariner, Lisa Marie Paguntalan, Krizler Tanalgo, Moe Moe Aung, Sheherazade, Lawrence Alan Bansa, Tuanjit Sritongchuay, Jason Hideki Preble, and Sheema Abdul Aziz

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ATTITUDES TOWARDS BATS IN SWEDISH HISTORY

Johan Eklöf and Jens Rydell

HUMAN-BAT INTERACTIONS IN RURAL SOUTHWESTERN MADAGASCAR THROUGH A BIOCULTRAL LENS

Ricardo Rocha, Álvaro Fernández-Llamazares, Adrià López-Baucells, Santatra F. M. Andriamitandrina, Zo Emmanuel Andriatafika, Eric Marcel Temba, Laura Torrent, Daniel Burgas, and Mar Cabeza

LISTING TO BATS: NAMIBIAN PASTORALISTS' PERSPECTIVES, STORIES, AND EXPERIENCES

Theresa M. Laverty, Tara L. Teel, A. Archie Gawusab, and Joel Berger

ATTITUDES TOWARDS AND RELATIONSHIPS WITH CAVE-ROOSTING BATS IN NORTHWEST CAMBODIA

Hannah G. Shapiro, Adam S. Willcox, David R. Ader, and Emma V. Willcox

AMBIGUOUS BIRDS: IDEAS ABOUT BATS ON FLORES ISLAND AND ELSEWHERE

Gregory Forth


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