Maps and counter-maps: Globalised imaginings and local realities of Sarawaks plantation agriculture
This article examines differences and overlaps in imagined spatial ideas of rural Sarawak which underpin official and community mapping. It looks at the ways in which 'counter-mapping' is used by indigenous communities to support their claims to traditional land rights when these are contested by other parties.
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