The Resource "Making things come good" : Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Elizabeth Doohan

"Making things come good" : Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Elizabeth Doohan

Label
"Making things come good" : Aborigines and miners at Argyle
Title
"Making things come good"
Title remainder
Aborigines and miners at Argyle
Statement of responsibility
Kim Elizabeth Doohan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
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Cataloging source
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Doohan, Kim
Dissertation note
Thesis (PhD) -- Macquarie University, Division of Environmental and Life Sciences, Department of Human Geography, 2007.
LC call number
DU124.L3
LC item number
.D65
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Argyle Diamond Mines Pty. Ltd
  • CRA Limited
  • Rio Tinto Limited
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Diamond mines and mining
  • Diamond mines and mining
Label
"Making things come good" : Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Elizabeth Doohan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Typescript
  • "November 2006"
  • CD-ROM entitled: Argyle Diamond Mine participation agreement, 23 September 2004 : Indigenous land use agreement and management plan agreement
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 352-398
Contents
Introduction: thesis goals and background; Aborigines and miners; Argyle as a case study; the analytic context -- Aborigines and miners in the literature: Aborigines and miners; Historical context; The impact of mining on Aboriginal people: the East Kimberley Impact Assessment Project - EKIAP; the 1991 Crocodile Hole Meeting; The legacy of early studies of Aborigines and miners; Argyle in the literature -- Research methods, theoretical influences, ethical issues, and sources of data : background; Theoretical influences; Field work as method; Ethics as method; The data; Archival material: Argyle Archives; CRA/Rio Tinto Archives; Comalco Archives; Kimberley Land Council Archives; Warmun Community Archives; Interview material: corporate interview material; interviews with Aboriginal people -- Aboriginal people of the Kimberley and their post-contact history: the East Kimberley region; Kimberley Aboriginal cultures; The concept of country; The study area; Identity and the MoU of 2001; Contemporary Aboriginal settlement patterns; Regional centres and Aboriginal communities; The post contact historical context -- CRA Limited and the making of the good neighbour agreement: the evolution of Argyle's corporate structure; History of diamond exploration in the Kimberley; CRA Limited - corporate culture & structure : background; CRA's philosophy and the corporate view; Early engagements between CRAE and Aborigines at Argyle: signing the Good Neighbour Agreement -- Aboriginal cultural context: anthropological work in the Kimberley: early work, Phyllis Kaberry's East Kimberley research; Post World War II; Key cultural practices of the Gija, Miriwoong and Maingin: kinship and the skin system, descent and other country connections, gender, decision making; The Dreaming: the Ngarranggarni -- Wirnan, Kurara, Manthe and "Joonba" : the Wirnan: introductory remarks; Anthropological interpretations and descriptions of the Wirnan; Geographical extent of the Wirnan; Cultural capital at Argyle - Kurara, Manthe and "Joonba": introductory remarks, Kurara "to make more" or "talking to land", Manthe, Manthe - a funerary rite (or "smoking ceremony", Manthe - the host/guest relationship, "Joonba" - "Dreaming" the Dreaming and dealing with disorder, the two "Joonba" : Daiwul and Fire Fire Burning Bright (Marnem, Marnem Dililib Benuwarrenji) -- Enacting the good neighbour approach: introducstory remarks - the Good neighbour in context; Formal articulation of the Good Neightbour at Argyle; Wirnan and the Good Neighbour as Practice at Argyle: Indigenous accounts of Argyle and the Wirnan, the Good Neighbour comes under attack; Argyle Social Impact Group (ASIG); The Good Neighbout 1993-1996; Extension of Good Neighbour funds for other projects; Daiwul Gidja Cultural Group; "No more Toyotas"; Signatories Fund -- Extending the life of Argyle: technological innovation and ceremonial performance: Ceremonal performances at Argyle; Manthe: Manthe as a welcome to the Argyle Mine; What the welcome Manthe looks like; Manthe as a funerary ceremony; the meaning of Manthe; Alternative interpretations of the continued productivity of the mine: the"ground breaking" and "underground" Manthe -- Beyond iconic simplicity
Control code
000042262481
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
xvi, 399 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., maps
Stock number
MAR08/194
Label
"Making things come good" : Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Elizabeth Doohan
Publication
Note
  • Typescript
  • "November 2006"
  • CD-ROM entitled: Argyle Diamond Mine participation agreement, 23 September 2004 : Indigenous land use agreement and management plan agreement
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 352-398
Contents
Introduction: thesis goals and background; Aborigines and miners; Argyle as a case study; the analytic context -- Aborigines and miners in the literature: Aborigines and miners; Historical context; The impact of mining on Aboriginal people: the East Kimberley Impact Assessment Project - EKIAP; the 1991 Crocodile Hole Meeting; The legacy of early studies of Aborigines and miners; Argyle in the literature -- Research methods, theoretical influences, ethical issues, and sources of data : background; Theoretical influences; Field work as method; Ethics as method; The data; Archival material: Argyle Archives; CRA/Rio Tinto Archives; Comalco Archives; Kimberley Land Council Archives; Warmun Community Archives; Interview material: corporate interview material; interviews with Aboriginal people -- Aboriginal people of the Kimberley and their post-contact history: the East Kimberley region; Kimberley Aboriginal cultures; The concept of country; The study area; Identity and the MoU of 2001; Contemporary Aboriginal settlement patterns; Regional centres and Aboriginal communities; The post contact historical context -- CRA Limited and the making of the good neighbour agreement: the evolution of Argyle's corporate structure; History of diamond exploration in the Kimberley; CRA Limited - corporate culture & structure : background; CRA's philosophy and the corporate view; Early engagements between CRAE and Aborigines at Argyle: signing the Good Neighbour Agreement -- Aboriginal cultural context: anthropological work in the Kimberley: early work, Phyllis Kaberry's East Kimberley research; Post World War II; Key cultural practices of the Gija, Miriwoong and Maingin: kinship and the skin system, descent and other country connections, gender, decision making; The Dreaming: the Ngarranggarni -- Wirnan, Kurara, Manthe and "Joonba" : the Wirnan: introductory remarks; Anthropological interpretations and descriptions of the Wirnan; Geographical extent of the Wirnan; Cultural capital at Argyle - Kurara, Manthe and "Joonba": introductory remarks, Kurara "to make more" or "talking to land", Manthe, Manthe - a funerary rite (or "smoking ceremony", Manthe - the host/guest relationship, "Joonba" - "Dreaming" the Dreaming and dealing with disorder, the two "Joonba" : Daiwul and Fire Fire Burning Bright (Marnem, Marnem Dililib Benuwarrenji) -- Enacting the good neighbour approach: introducstory remarks - the Good neighbour in context; Formal articulation of the Good Neightbour at Argyle; Wirnan and the Good Neighbour as Practice at Argyle: Indigenous accounts of Argyle and the Wirnan, the Good Neighbour comes under attack; Argyle Social Impact Group (ASIG); The Good Neighbout 1993-1996; Extension of Good Neighbour funds for other projects; Daiwul Gidja Cultural Group; "No more Toyotas"; Signatories Fund -- Extending the life of Argyle: technological innovation and ceremonial performance: Ceremonal performances at Argyle; Manthe: Manthe as a welcome to the Argyle Mine; What the welcome Manthe looks like; Manthe as a funerary ceremony; the meaning of Manthe; Alternative interpretations of the continued productivity of the mine: the"ground breaking" and "underground" Manthe -- Beyond iconic simplicity
Control code
000042262481
Dimensions
30 cm. +
Extent
xvi, 399 p.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
ill., maps
Stock number
MAR08/194

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