Ethnoprimatology

Primate Conservation in the 21st Century

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ISBN: 978-3-319-30467-0 (Print) 978-3-319-30469-4 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

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    Pages 1-19

    Ethnoprimatology and Conservation: Applying Insights and Developing Practice

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    Pages 21-45

    The Threat of Industrial Oil Palm Expansion to Primates and Their Habitats

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    Pages 47-61

    Monkeys on the Menu? Reconciling Patterns of Primate Hunting and Consumption in a Central African Village

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    Pages 63-76

    Conservation Medicine: A Solution-Based Approach for Saving Nonhuman Primates

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    Pages 77-94

    How Do Primates Survive Among Humans? Mechanisms Employed by Vervet Monkeys at Lake Nabugabo, Uganda

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    Pages 95-115

    Indigenous Peoples, Primates, and Conservation Evidence: A Case Study Focussing on the Waorani of the Maxus Road

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    Pages 117-135

    The Role of Nonhuman Primates in Religious and Folk Medicine Beliefs

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    Pages 137-156

    Problematic Primate Behaviour in Agricultural Landscapes: Chimpanzees as ‘Pests’ and ‘Predators’

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    Pages 157-177

    Competition Between Chimpanzees and Humans: The Effects of Harvesting Non-timber Forest Products

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    Pages 179-192

    The Effects of War on Bonobos and Other Nonhuman Primates in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

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    Pages 193-213

    Primate Taxonomy and Conservation

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    Pages 215-231

    Government and Community Based Primate Conservation Initiatives in Peru

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    Pages 233-258

    Managing Human–Orangutan Relationships in Rehabilitation

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    Pages 259-272

    The Little Fireface Project: Community Conservation of Asia’s Slow Lorises via Ecology, Education, and Empowerment

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    Pages 273-281

    The Many Facets of Human Disturbances at the Tonkolili Chimpanzee Site

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    Pages 283-300

    How Living Near Humans Affects Singapore’s Urban Macaques

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    Pages 301-314

    Risk-Taking in Samango Monkeys in Relation to Humans at Two Sites in South Africa

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    Pages 315-349

    Predicting Future Effects of Multiple Drivers of Extinction Risk in Peru’s Endemic Primate Fauna

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    Pages 351-369

    Protecting Nonhuman Primates in Peri-Urban Environments: A Case Study of Neotropical Monkeys, Corridor Ecology, and Coastal Economy in the Caribe Sur of Costa Rica

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    Pages 371-398

    Primates and People in the Zoo: Implications of Human–Animal Interactions and Relationships

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