Paper $27.50 ISBN: 9789051669787 Published February 2004 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

Indigenous Peoples

Resource Management and Global Rights

Edited by Svein Jentoft, Henry Minde, and Ragnar Nilsen

Indigenous Peoples
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Edited by Svein Jentoft, Henry Minde, and Ragnar Nilsen

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328 pages | 6-3/10 x 9-1/2 | © 2003
Paper $27.50 ISBN: 9789051669787 Published February 2004 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Rapid industrial development and urban growth increasingly threaten indigenous peoples and their ways of life. As a result, a grassroots movement is spreading among indigenous cultures, and the 1992 Rio Earth Summit catalyzed a UN legal investigation. Indigenous Peoples challenges the assumption that these processes are empowering indigenous peoples in tangible ways by examining the ongoing work, and offers a detailed analysis of the legal, political and institutional implications. This volume is an engaging study of the issues involved in indigenous peoples' rights.
Contents
Acknowledgments
1. Introduction
[I]Svein Jentoft[I]
The World
2. The Politics of Sustainable Development
[I]Peter Jull[I]
3. Biodiversity and Canada's Aboriginal Peoples
[I]Russel Lawrence Barsh and Sakej Youngblood Henderson[I]
4. Globalization, Intellectual Property and Indigenous Peoples
[I]Erica-Irene Daes[I]
5. The Challenge of Indigenism: The Struggle for Sami Land Rights and Self-Government in Norway 1960-1990
[I]Henry Minde[I]
The Sea
6. Culture Loss and Sense of Place in Resource Valuation: Economics, Anthropology and Indigenous Cultures
[I]Robert Snyder, Daniel Williams and George Peterson[I]
7. Maori fishing rights: Coping With the Aboriginal Challenge
[I]Bjørn Hersoug[I]
8. The Coastal Sami: a 'Pariah Caste' of the Norwegian Fisheries? A Reflection on Ethnicity and Power in Norwegian Resource Management
[I]Einar Eythórsson[I]
9. From Norwegianization to Coastal Sami Uprising
[I]Ragnar Nilsen[I]
10. The Challenge and the Promise of Indigenous Peoples' Fishing Rights
[I]Anthony Davis and Svein Jentoft[I]
The Land
11. Encroaching Upon Indigenous Land: Nicaragua and the 'Dry Canal'
[I]María Luisa Acosta[I]
12. Sami Reindeer Management in Norway: Modernization Challenges and Conflicting Strategies
[I]Jan åge Riseth[I]
13. The Environmental Sustainability of the Property Rights Regimes in Inari: The Performance of Forest Government and Reindeer Herding Co-operatives
[I]Jukka Nyyssönen[I]
14. For and against the rights of the Sami people: The Argumentation of the Finnish Majority in the Debate on the Sami Rights
[I]Seija Tuulentie[I]
15. Conclusion
[I]Henry Minde and Ragnar Nilsen[I]
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