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Rane Willerslev – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • not Animal not not Animal Hunting imitation and empathetic knowledge among the siberian yukaghirs
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2004
    Co-Authors: Rane Willerslev

    Abstract:

    Among the Yukaghirs, a small group of indigenous hunters in northeastern Siberia, it is commonly held that humans and Animals can turn into each other by temporarily taking on one another’s bodies. However, this is dangerous for a hunter, because he may thus lose sight of his original species identity and undergo an irreversible metamorphosis. He therefore assumes the viewpoint of his prey, but not in any absolute sense, which would mean literally becoming the Animal. This article explores the mimetic practice that allows the hunter to be similar to the Animal impersonated, yet also different, giving him a ‘double perspective’ by which he can seduce and kill his prey.

  • NOT Animal, NOT NOT‐Animal: Hunting, IMITATION AND EMPATHETIC KNOWLEDGE AMONG THE SIBERIAN YUKAGHIRS
    Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 2004
    Co-Authors: Rane Willerslev

    Abstract:

    Among the Yukaghirs, a small group of indigenous hunters in northeastern Siberia, it is commonly held that humans and Animals can turn into each other by temporarily taking on one another’s bodies. However, this is dangerous for a hunter, because he may thus lose sight of his original species identity and undergo an irreversible metamorphosis. He therefore assumes the viewpoint of his prey, but not in any absolute sense, which would mean literally becoming the Animal. This article explores the mimetic practice that allows the hunter to be similar to the Animal impersonated, yet also different, giving him a ‘double perspective’ by which he can seduce and kill his prey.

Gulrukh Saleem – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • is there a link between wild Animal Hunting and conservation in singhalila national park
    The Indian Forester, 2012
    Co-Authors: Shahla Yasmeen, Gulrukh Saleem

    Abstract:

    A survey of Hunting and consumption of wild Animals among the Sherpas community in and around Singhalila National Park was conducted. Rate and pattern of Hunting of Animal species, their importance to respondents, Hunting techniques, and reasons for Hunting were studied. At least, 44 species of wild Animals were commonly hunted in the surveyed villages. These include several globally threatened species. Although impacts of removal on wild population remained unclear but Hunting seems to be adversely affecting densities of Satyr Tragopan ( Tragopan satyra ) and Red Panda ( Allurus fulgens ). Wild Animal Hunting and consumptions by households remained statistically non-significant implying that Hunting was largely for subsistence. Mammals made the highest contribution in the Animal off take of a household. Large bodied Animals contributed maximum to mean Animal harvest of a hunter. Three types of Hunting were prevalent in the surveyed villages: 1) organized Hunting targeted to specific species, 2) regular snaring of game birds in the vicinity of villages, and 3) opportunistic Hunting. Age and education status of a hunter had no impact on his Animal extraction rates. Wild Animal extractions from forests by all sections of the society remained same. The majority of respondents extracted wild Animals to supplement their diet with meat.

Endang Sriwahyuni – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the effect of Animal Hunting and rounders games on locomotor and manipulative motion capabilities
    International Journal for Educational and Vocational Studies, 2020
    Co-Authors: Faizal Adin Febrianto, Dwi Cahyo Kartiko, Endang Sriwahyuni

    Abstract:

    Elementary school-age children are very active so they prefer to play. Before starting the learning activities, the teacher designs a learning model that is interspersed with games so that the child can receive the material well and is not easily bored during the learning process. In other words, the activities carried out by children are more directed to the activities of playing and moving. One game that is loved and often played by children is Hunting Animals and baseball. The purpose of this study is to analyze: (1) studying and analyzing the effect of the application of Animal Hunting game learning models on locomotor and manipulative motion abilities. (2) to study and analyze the effect of the application of baseball game learning models to increase locomotor and manipulative motion skills. (3) to find out, study and analyze the effect of learning based on game Hunting Animals and baseball to increase locomotor and manipulative mobility. This type of research used in this study is quantitative with a research design using a two-group pre-test post-test design, with data analysis using paired sample t-test and independent sample t-test. The results showed: (1) there was an effect of the application of Animal Hunting games to locomotor and manipulative mobility. (2) there is an effect of the application of baseball games on locomotor and manipulative motion abilities. (3) in an Animal Hunting game, the locomotor base motion has an increase of 2.17 and manipulative motion has an increase of 5.1. In a baseball game, the locomotor base motion has an increase of 1.5 and manipulative base motion has an increase of 3.77. Based on the above analysis, it can be concluded that there is an increase in locomotor and manipulative movement abilities for each group after being given a game. Also, there are differences in influence between the Animal Hunting group and the baseball group as seen from the increase in locomotor motion through independent sample t-test where the game of Animal Hunting gives a better effect than the game of baseball.