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No.59 Parks, Property, and Power: Managing Hunting Practice and Identity within State Policy Regimes:Papers Presented at the Eighth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS 8) National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, October 1998

December 20, 2001 Publication

Edited by David G. ANDERSON, Kazunobu IKEYA

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Shuzo Koyama and Jiro Tanaka
1 Introduction: Hunting Culture and Mining Knowledge
David G. Anderson and Kazunobu Ikeya
2 Hunting Caribou and Hunting Tradition:
Aboriginal Identity and Economy in Canada and Siberia
David G. Anderson
3 Revitalizing the Relationship between Ainu and Salmon:
Salmon Rituals in the Present
Masami Iwasaki-Goodman and Masahiro Nomoto
4 Land Use and Social Change among the Dolgan and Nganasan of Northern Siberia
John P. Ziker
5 Some Characteristics of the Tundra Nenets Reindeer Herders of Western Siberia and their Social Adaptation
Atsushi Yoshida
6 Chukchi Reindeer Grazing and Changes to Grazing Territory in Northern Siberia
Kazunobu Ikeya
7 Mining, Land Claims and the Negotiation of Indigenous Interets:
Research from the Queensland Gulf Country and Pilbara Region of Western Australia
David Trigger and Michael Robinson
8 Foraging Thai Literary Culture:
A Performing Tribe of South Thailand
Nathan Porath
9 'Hunting is Our Heritage':
The Struggle for Hunting and Gathering Rights among the San of Southern Africa
Robert K. Hitchcock
10 Narratives of Identity and Assertions of Legitimacy:
Basarwa in Northern Botswana
Michael Taylor
11 Some Changes among the San under the Influence of Relocation Plan in Botswana
Kazunobu Ikeya

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