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Imbrications ethnographiques de la résilience chez les Baka du sud- est Cameroun

Abstract : Putting into perspective certain ethnographic intertwining of resilience in ecologically vulnerable societies with certain practices that are at the heart of shaping the construction experience is the theme of this article. I show how the concept of resilience applies among the Baka, one of the hunter-gatherer communities of Cameroon who lived in the forest, today forced to settle on the edge so that they do not witness the human activity growing. The concept of resilience is traversed through observations in the village of Moangué, the transversal readings of the predecessors, then attention is drawn to the origin, the multidisciplinary use, the limits and the appropriation among the Baka.
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Jean Pierre Nguede Ngono. Imbrications ethnographiques de la résilience chez les Baka du sud- est Cameroun. 2019. ⟨halshs-02109526⟩

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