Invoking the Mermaid and the lobster-diver as archetypes of femininity and masculinity on the Miskito Coast, she addresses the gendered social organization of the Miskitus of the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve on the north coast of Honduras at the height of the lobster-diving economy, women's life strategies, the use of sexual magic (praidi saihka) as a means of access to men's earnings and economic survival, gendered differences in consumerism, and lobster-diving as a masculine life strategy and the ways in which it intersects with women's life strategies.
What does RPBR stand for?
RPBR stands for Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve (Honduras)
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McCain (2001) reported the first sighting ofthe giant anteater in Honduras at Las Marias at the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve in 1996.
A small village in the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve of Honduras works to save endangered sea turtles PAULICARPO CASILDO WAS A HUEVERO: A MAN WHO WALKED THE BEACHES AT NIGHT HUNTING THE SEA TURTLES THAT CRAWLED ASHORE TO LAY EGGS.