The Resource Victims of progress, John H. Bodley

Victims of progress, John H. Bodley

Label
Victims of progress
Title
Victims of progress
Statement of responsibility
John H. Bodley
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Second edition includes additional chapters on self-determination and nonindigenous organizations supporting self-determination
Cataloging source
NUWS:W
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Bodley, John H
Dewey number
306
Government publication
unknown if item is government publication
Index
index present
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Social change
  • Culture conflict
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Acculturation
  • Economic development
Label
Victims of progress, John H. Bodley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • See also first edition published in 1975 held at B B668.21/V1 and sixth edition published in 2014 held at B B668.21/V3
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.235-253
Contents
Ch. 9: The self-determination revival: who are Indigenous peoples?; The political struggle; The Shuar solution; Indian unity in Colombia; The Dene nation: land not money; Land rights and the outstation movement in Australia; Philippine tribals: no more retreat; The international arena -- Ch. 10: Support in the struggle: The conservative-humanist approach; The liberal-political approach; The primitivist-environmmentalist approach -- Appendix A: Organizations and periodicals; Appendix B: World Council of Churches programme to combat racism; Appendix C: United Nations Declaration and Programme of Action to Combat Racism and Racial discrimination, Geneva, 1978; Appendix D: World Council of Indigenous Peoples Second General Assembly, Kiruna, Sweden, August 24-27, 1977
Control code
000023870065
Dimensions
24cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
viii, 264p.
Isbn
9780805309508
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)223338284
Label
Victims of progress, John H. Bodley
Publication
Note
  • Includes index
  • See also first edition published in 1975 held at B B668.21/V1 and sixth edition published in 2014 held at B B668.21/V3
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.235-253
Contents
Ch. 9: The self-determination revival: who are Indigenous peoples?; The political struggle; The Shuar solution; Indian unity in Colombia; The Dene nation: land not money; Land rights and the outstation movement in Australia; Philippine tribals: no more retreat; The international arena -- Ch. 10: Support in the struggle: The conservative-humanist approach; The liberal-political approach; The primitivist-environmmentalist approach -- Appendix A: Organizations and periodicals; Appendix B: World Council of Churches programme to combat racism; Appendix C: United Nations Declaration and Programme of Action to Combat Racism and Racial discrimination, Geneva, 1978; Appendix D: World Council of Indigenous Peoples Second General Assembly, Kiruna, Sweden, August 24-27, 1977
Control code
000023870065
Dimensions
24cm.
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
viii, 264p.
Isbn
9780805309508
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)223338284

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