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Title Resources, nations and indigenous peoples : case studies from Australasia, Melanesia and Southeast Asia / edited by richard Howitt ; with John Connell and Philip Hirsch
Published Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1996


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  306.08 How/Rna  AVAILABLE
 W'PONDS  306.08 How/Rna  AVAILABLE
Description xi, 321 pages
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Resources, nations and indigenous peoples, Richard Howitt, John Connell and Philip Hirsch -- Part One: Resources, identity and sovereignty -- 2. Asserting sovereignty through resource exploitation: Karen forest management on the Thai-Burmese border, Raymond Brynat -- 3. Indigenous peoples and the inalienable right to self-determination, Peter Poynton -- 4. Negotiating resources: language, knowledge and the search for 'Secret English' in northeast Arnhem Land, Michael Christie and Bill Perrett -- 5. Sacrificing poor people's fish for rich people's oil: questions of sovereignty and natural resources in the Timor Sea, George Aditjondro -- 6. Custom and complexity: marine tenure, fisheries management and conservation in Marovo Lagoon, Solomon Islands, Edvard Hviding and Graham Baines -- Part Two: Culture and Gender -- 7. Town country, Susan Jackson -- 8. Reclaiming T'Boli land: an ancestral domain claim in the southern Philippines, David Hyndman and Levita Duhaylungsod -- 9. Redefining place: Aboriginal women and change, Mary Edmunds -- 10. Women, mining and development, Kathy Robinson -- Part Three: Marginalisation and Negotiation -- 11. Taking centre-stage: Aboriginal strategies for redressing marginalisation, Jocelyn Davies and Elspeth Young -- 12. Resource development on Cape York Peninsula: marginalisation and denial of indigenous perspectives, Marcus Lane and Athol Chase -- 13. Negotiating with resource companies: issues and constraints for Aboriginal communities in Australia, Ciaran O'Faircheallaigh -- 14. Forestry and politics in Sarawak: the experience of the Penan, Frans Arentz and Alistair Sarre -- Part Four: Compensation and monitoring agreements -- 15. Dams and compensation in Indo-China, Philip Hirsch -- 16. Compensation and the monitoring of impacts at the Porgera Gold Mine, PNG, Glenn Banks -- 17. Development or sustainability at Kutubu, PNG, Danny Kennedy -- Part Five: Legislation and the roles of government -- 18. Rehabilitation of indigenous fisheries in New Zealand, P Ali Memon and R C Cullen -- 19. Water and ethnicity in the Lao PDR, Kaneungnit Tubtim, Khamla Phanvilay and Philip Hirsch -- 20. One land, which law? fire in the Northern Territory, Lesley Head and Camilla Hughes -- 21. The social context of renewable resource depletion in PNG, Colin Filer -- 22. The constitutional and legal situation of the Crown in Resource Management, Paul McHugh
Summary Going beyond documenting the impacts of resource-based development, this work examines five key themes in contemporary disputes between indigenous peoples, nation states, and resource developers
Notes CIP confirmed
Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographies and index
Subject Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure.
Indigenous peoples.
Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Southeast Asia -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Australasia -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure -- Southeast Asia -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples -- Land tenure.
Indigenous peoples -- Southeast Asia -- Case studies.
Aboriginal Australians.
Indigenous peoples -- Australasia -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples -- Southeast Asia -- Case studies.
Indigenous peoples.
Asia, Southeastern -- Economic policy.
Australasia -- Economic policy.
Melanesia -- Economic policy.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Author Connell, John.
Hirsch, Philip, 1957-
Howitt, Richard.
LC no. 96214812
ISBN 0195537580