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Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Doohan

Label
Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle
Title
Making things come good
Title remainder
relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle
Statement of responsibility
Kim Doohan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book tells the story of evolving relationships between Argyle Diamond Mine and the Aboriginal people whose land has been mined. It shows the two parties making agreements, with quite different understandings and expectations, and describes the ways in which they gradually accommodate one anothers point of view."--Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
ANL
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Doohan, Kim
Dewey number
333.2099414
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Argyle Diamond Mines Pty. Ltd
  • Native title (Australia)
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Diamond mines and mining
  • Aboriginal Australians
Target audience
adult
Label
Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Doohan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Copy 2 signed by author
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 151-155
Contents
Aboriginal people of the Kimberley -- The East Kimberley - Kimberley Aboriginal cultures - The concept of country - The study area - Identity and the Memorandum of nderstanding of 2001 - Contemporary Aborigianl settlement patterns - The post contact historical context -- Early negotiations with Argyle - CRA's philosophy and the corporate view - Early discussions between CRAE and Aborigines at Argyle - Signing the Good Neighbour Agreement -- The cultural context - Kinship and the skin system - Descent and other country connections - Gender - Decision-making - Ngarranggarni or the Dreaming -- Aboriginal culture and Argyle - Wirnan - Cultural capital at Argyle -- Argyle and good neighbour - Goos neighbour in context - formalising good neighbour - Argyle social impact group -- The Aborigianl influence on good neighbour - Wirnan and good neighbour - Good neighbour under attack - Significant shift in policy and practice - Argyle 'coming good' -- Threatened mine closure - Gunness breaks the news - Review of operations - Review of community relations -- Ceremonies at Argyle - Manthe - Welcome Manthe - What the Welcome Manthe looks like - Rio Tinto dignitaries experience Manthe - A funerary ceremony - The meaning of Manthe - Two interpretations of the mine's productivity - Ground-breaking Manthe and underground Manthe - Conclusion
Control code
000043314685
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
156 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780977561537
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Other physical details
col. ill., maps, ports.
Label
Making things come good : relations between Aborigines and miners at Argyle, Kim Doohan
Publication
Note
Copy 2 signed by author
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 151-155
Contents
Aboriginal people of the Kimberley -- The East Kimberley - Kimberley Aboriginal cultures - The concept of country - The study area - Identity and the Memorandum of nderstanding of 2001 - Contemporary Aborigianl settlement patterns - The post contact historical context -- Early negotiations with Argyle - CRA's philosophy and the corporate view - Early discussions between CRAE and Aborigines at Argyle - Signing the Good Neighbour Agreement -- The cultural context - Kinship and the skin system - Descent and other country connections - Gender - Decision-making - Ngarranggarni or the Dreaming -- Aboriginal culture and Argyle - Wirnan - Cultural capital at Argyle -- Argyle and good neighbour - Goos neighbour in context - formalising good neighbour - Argyle social impact group -- The Aborigianl influence on good neighbour - Wirnan and good neighbour - Good neighbour under attack - Significant shift in policy and practice - Argyle 'coming good' -- Threatened mine closure - Gunness breaks the news - Review of operations - Review of community relations -- Ceremonies at Argyle - Manthe - Welcome Manthe - What the Welcome Manthe looks like - Rio Tinto dignitaries experience Manthe - A funerary ceremony - The meaning of Manthe - Two interpretations of the mine's productivity - Ground-breaking Manthe and underground Manthe - Conclusion
Control code
000043314685
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
156 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780977561537
Isbn Type
(pbk)
Other physical details
col. ill., maps, ports.

Library Locations

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