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Volume XXVIII, 2013: Język łowiecki ? The Language of Hunters
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Studium przypadku s┼éowe┼äskich obyczaj├│w ┼éowieckich i etyki ┼éowieckiej: rola ┼éowiectwa w zr├│wnowa┼╝onej gospodarce ┼Ťrodowiskowej
A Case Study of Slovenian Hunting Customs and Ethics: Role of Hunting in Sustainable Wildlife Management

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Source: Investigationes Linguisticae, Volume XXVIII, 2013, pp. 77-84
Category: Full Papers

Language: Polish

English Abstract:

Hunting customs, habits and rituals are a major part of hunting culture and tradition. They are extremely important in the identification of cultures of all nations and times. In Slovenia, hunting customs such as the green twig, last bite, hunter's twig, salutation of hunted game, hunting christenings, hunter's funerals, customary hunting clothing, and many others are still in practice today. SloveniaÔÇÖs centuries old hunting traditions and the ÔÇśEthical code of practice for Slovenian huntersÔÇÖ represent important values. Despite the modern way of life, they are confirming the culture of hunting as they reflect hunter's respectful attitude towards nature, game and other wildlife animals, to society, hunting companions, and the hounds. Hunting is, despite its complexity, a social activity based on hunting communities, common interest, and culture and therefore needs to be in line with the social dynamics. It is the social pillar of the principle of sustainability, enabling good sustainable wildlife management. People are social beings and hunting is one of the oldest human activities that has shaped the culture and relations between people in their communities for ages. Unquestionably hunting has shaped human culture and it also plays a role in the sustainable use of natural resources and can help with the sustainable development of societies.

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