indigenousness


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Noun1.indigenousness - nativeness by virtue of originating or occurring naturally (as in a particular place)indigenousness - nativeness by virtue of originating or occurring naturally (as in a particular place)
nativeness - the quality of belonging to or being connected with a certain place or region by virtue of birth or origin
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92) Often, "[t]hose who think their ancestors arrived earlier are likely to demand political priority by virtue of indigenousness over those deemed to be immigrants.
Indigenousness and authenticity contribute substantially to the evaluation of food specialty attributes.
Thus, the authors of the book fill a gap in literature with their research by exploring not only the issue of indigenousness, but also the importance of political leadership.
Afoegbu, with a research on stress levels among teachers in Nigerian universities, showed that the stress level of instructors is considerably above average, and this had nothing to do with gender, indigenousness and marital status, but has relationship with work experience and age.
Bobby Vaughn and Ben Vinson II write, "While intellectuals and political actors eventually embraced Indigenousness, the topic of blackness, despite enjoying moments of vogue in political circles in the late 1870s, became viewed as antithetical to national ambitions.
It involved partly a demand for recognition of indigenousness without specific claims for the assignment of lands, (42) which would arise in several subsequent conflicts and agreements that lay at the root of large-scale economic projects (cf.
It brings out the Indigenousness of the University community and creates a cultural space for the students," said Stewart.
Its contribution to scholarship is a more systematic re-examining of the concepts of indigenousness and indigenous knowledge drawing on a range of disciplines and what these concepts mean to undertaking management research that more thoroughly reflect global realities, while evaluating indigenous research methods that could be used effectively and appropriately in this endeavour.
At the same time Moscow, of course, 'forgot' that the note likewise underscored the unity, integrity and indigenousness of the populations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania and thus their dissimilarity to Russia.
One of the more enduring stories has been West Papua, a land and people still experiencing the effects of a tumultuous colonial transition and struggling for international attention to the 49 years of systemic abuse of their rights, indigenousness, and daily lives.
NEW DELHI, May 14 -- Unhappy at the state-owned Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) doing little to reduce dependence on foreign suppliers for its defence requirements, India on Thursday decided to overhaul the organisation and bring in the private sector in defence technology for indigenousness.
He lauded the Pakistans defence establishment for their efforts to attain indigenousness in the production of international quality defence equipments.

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