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  1. Indigenous Worldviews and Western Conventions: Sumak Kawsay and Cocoa Production in Ecuadorian Amazonia.Daniel Coq-Huelva, Bolier Torres-Navarrete & Carlos Bueno-Suárez - 2018 - Agriculture and Human Values 35 (1):163-179.
    This article explores the role of conventions in the normalization of cocoa production in Ecuadorian Amazonia. Convention theory provides key theoretical tools for understanding coordination among agents. However, conventions must be understood as cultural constructions with a strong Eurocentric background that must be substantially modified in originally non-European contexts. A creative application of convention theory can partially overcome bifurcation among Western and non-Western rationalities. First, it shows that Western values and forms of coordination are heterogeneous, conflictive and opposing. Second, it (...)
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