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ネパール中部農村の生業活動と季節

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概要 It is well known that seasonal changes affect the nutritional status of the populations in rural areas of tropical and subtropical developing countries.1,5,7,11) Especially the wet seasons are marked ...by a occurrence of food shortage and high demands for agricultural works In Nepal also, the evidences which are related to these phenomena are presented by some researchers.10,14) Taking two villages in central Nepal as examples(Fig.1, Table 1), this paper examines seasonal changes of the subsistence works. One of the examples is a hill village named Kotyang, where maize and finger millet are grown as staple crops in terraced upland fields. The other is a village located in the suburbs of Kathmandu named Bhadrakali, where rice and wheat are cultivated alternately in paddy fields. These variances lead to differences in agricultural calendar (Fig.2,4) and busy farming seasons (Table 1). The works concerning the gathering and preparation of animal fodder, manure and firewood also vary in two villages. But as a whole they do not have marked seasonal concentration in contrast to agricultural works in both cases. They form routines in every season and involve constant physical activities of the inhabitants. Seasonal changes of agricultural works directly reflect on those of physical activities (cf. Table 5). However, busy farming seasons are not always the wet monsoon season in both cases.続きを見る

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