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In particular, among these attributes, natural and organic, flavor versatility, convenience, authenticity and indigenousness, and craftsmanship were of the greatest concern to consumers.
There is a need to look beyond the oversimplifications that appear to pertain in the management literature in order to develop working definitions of both indigenousness (what it means to be 'indigenous', and the focus of our enquiries) and indigenous knowledge (as distinct from any other type of knowledge).
For me, headhunting ceased being just a part of history and became, in the most personal way, a part of my heritage--an expression of my indigenousness.
We want to express Tsuno's culture through wine,'' Obata said, noting that indigenousness is a key factor for winning reputation overseas and helps local wineries survive.
Globalization with technology advancements makes local product available globally while indigenousness maintains the cultural identity of the local users.
Although the upper-class characters are more "European," at least culturally, none of the lower-class characters are portrayed using stereotypes of indigenousness.
In our context, authenticity of origin may be defined as indigenousness of impetus, perspective, and structure.
At the same time, such fluid yet historically grounded expressions of identity seem to differ from recent state shifts toward multiculturalism, which tend to re-create reified notions of indigenousness.
Indigenousness, in other words, is no more justification for claiming special rights in perpetuity than having red hair, white skin or bad taste.
Yet it is these kinds of representatives, as well as organizations from outside the community, such as NGOs and the Catholic church, that link the local community with larger discourses of Indianness and indigenousness.
As much as the Prime Ministers, indeed not any two PMs but John Howard and Helen Clark, repeated the national and trans-Tasman myths of ANZACs, mates, and working together, the incorporation of indigenousness into the memorial allows for the possibility of disrupting those myths.
Her identification with La Malinche has nothing to do with her indigenousness and more to do with her lover's whiteness.
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- Indigenous Revolution
- Indigenous Schooling Support Unit
- Indigenous Small Business Fund
- Indigenous Social Justice Association
- Indigenous Soil and Water Conservation
- Indigenous Soil and Water Conservation Programme
- Indigenous Space Materials Utilization
- Indigenous Sport Program
- Indigenous Sports Development Officer
- Indigenous Student Support and Access Centre
- Indigenous Studies Product Development Unit
- Indigenous Survival International
- Indigenous Tertiary Education Policy Committee
- Indigenous Torres Strait Islander Art
- Indigenous Tourism Leadership Group
- Indigenous Tribal Peoples Development Centre
- Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme
- Indigenous University Orientation Course
- Indigenous Women for Justice
- Indigenous Women's Network
- Indigenous Women's Political Caucus
- Indigenous World Association
- Indigenous Youth Employment Consultant
- Indigenous Youth Health Service
- Indigenous Youth Leadership Programme
- Indigent Criminal Defense Appointments
- Indigent Defense Advisory Group
- Indigent Defense Commission
- Indigent Defense Services Division
- Indigent Gentlewomen's Fund
- Indigent Health Care Advisory Committee
- Indigent Patient Assistance Program
- Indigent Pharmacy Assistance Program
- indigestible fiber/roughage
- Indigestible Neutral Detergent Fiber