MAC/20: Mines and Communities

References & further reading

Published by MAC on 2002-10-22

References & further reading
· Freeport McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. · http://www.fcx.com/
· Kabar Irian. · http://www.kabar-irian.com/
· Kennedy, D. & Abrash, A. (2001). Repressive mining in West Papua. In Moving Mountains: communities confront mining and globalisation.
· Evans, G., Goodman, J. & Lansbury, N., Eds. Sydney: Mineral Policy Institute. Pp 59-74.
· Kirksey, E. (2002). From Cannibal to Terrorist: state violence, indigenous resistance and representation in West Papua. M. Phil. Thesis, University of Oxford. http://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/~wolf0983/MPHIL/From_Cannibal_to_Terrorist_ExamSchools.doc.
· Leedom, J.M. (1997). Nature conservation in Irian Jaya: a counterpoint to Papua New Guinea? In The Political Economy of Forest Management in Papua New Guinea. Filer, C., Ed. Boroko: National Research Institute; London: IIED. Pp. 450-517.
· Moniaga, S. (1993). Toward community-based forestry and recognition of adat property rights in the outer islands of Indonesia. In Legal Frameworks for Forest Management in Asia: case studies of community/state relations. East-West Center Program on Environment Occasional Paper No.16. Fox, J., Ed. Honolulu: East-West Center. Pp 131-150.
· Ploeg, A. (1999). Colonial land law in Dutch New Guinea. The Journal of Pacific History 34:2, pp 191-204.
· Project Underground (1998). Risky Business: the Grasberg gold mine. An independent annual report on Freeport Indonesia, 1998. · http://www.moles.org/ProjectUnderground/motherlode/freeport/freeport.html.
· Start, D. (1997). The Open Cage: the ordeal of the Irian Jaya hostages. London: Harper Collins.

 

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