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An Assessment of Constraints and Cultural Constructs That Influence the Perception and Utilizing Indigenous Environmental Protection Ethics: The Case of Madda Walabu, Delomana and Ginner

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DOI: 10.4236/jss.2020.81004    34 Downloads   70 Views
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The central purpose of this study was to assess constraints and cultural constructs that influence the perception and utilizing indigenous environmental protection Ethics. Previously, much emphasis has not been given to it. Quantitative method was used to achieve the objectives of the study. Relevant information for this research has been gathered from both primary and secondary sources. The data obtained from both primary and secondary sources were organized and analyzed through content analysis. The findings of this study reveal the constraints and cultural constructs that influence the perception and utilizing indigenous environmental protection Ethics with particular emphasis Madda Walabu, Delomana and Ginner. Indigenous environmental protection Ethics had been practiced by the Oromo society for a long time. It had been guiding and regulating the life of the Oromo in relation to other peoples and their environment. The findings further showed the constraints and cultural constructs of perception and utilizing indigenous environmental protection Ethics.

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Biratu, K. (2020) An Assessment of Constraints and Cultural Constructs That Influence the Perception and Utilizing Indigenous Environmental Protection Ethics: The Case of Madda Walabu, Delomana and Ginner. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 8, 51-59. doi: 10.4236/jss.2020.81004.

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