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Edited Books

Pottier, J. and Sillitoe, P. and Bicker, A., eds. (2003) Negotiating Local Knowledge: Identity and Power in Development. London: Pluto. (Anthropology, culture, and society)

Book Chapters

Pottier, Johan (2003) 'Modern Information Warfare Versus Empirical Knowledge: Framing 'the Crisis' in Eastern Zaire, 1996.' In: Pottier, J. and Bicker, A. and Sillitoe, P., (eds.), Negotiating Local Knowledge. Power and Identity in Development. London: Pluto Press, pp. 215-240.

Pottier, Johan (2003) 'Negotiating Local Knowledge: An Introduction.' In: Pottier, J. and Sillitoe, P. and Bicker, A., (eds.), Negotiating Local Knowledge: Identity and Power in Development. London: Pluto, pp. 1-29. (Anthropology, culture, and society)

Marchand, Trevor H.J. (2003) 'A possible explanation for the lack of explanation; or 'Why the Master Builder can't explain what he knows': Introducing the Informational Atomism against a 'definitional' definition of concepts.' In: Pottier, J. and Bicker, A. and Sillitoe, P., (eds.), Negotiating Local knowldege. Pluto Press, pp. 30-50.

Campbell, John (2002) 'GIS and inter-disciplinary research: What counts as knowledge?' In: Sillitoe, P. and Bicker, A. and Pottier, J., (eds.), Participating in Development: Approaches to Indigenous Knowledge. New York: Routledge, pp. 189-205.

Campbell, John (2002) 'Interdisciplinary Research and GIS. Why Local and Indigenous Knowledge Are Discounted.' In: Sillitoe, P. and Bicker, A. and Pottier, J., (eds.), Participating in Development. Approaches to Indigenous Knowledge. London: Routledge, pp. 189-205.

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