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Changing relations of production in the creation of the Ok Tedi Mining enclave in Papua New Guinea

Hyndman, David


The interplay of mining, miners and indigenous peoples increasingly threatens the interdependence of cultural and biological diversity in Papua New Guinea. The mode of production concept provides anthropology with a useful theoretical tool for examining the survival of communities based on subsistence and simple reproduction. Mining characteristically transforms the cultural appropriation of nature and social relations of production among indigenous peoples. The survival of a community and...[Show more]

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Date published: 1995
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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