Emplacement and Resistance: Social and Political Complexities in Development Induced Displacement in Papua New Guinea

This paper compares outcomes from two resettlements at the Lihir Gold Mine in Papua New Guinea. The author highlights the importance of attending to social and political factors in development-induced displacement, even when relatively small populations are involved.
Hemer, S. R. 2015, Emplacement and resistance: Social and political complexities in development induced displacement in Papua New Guinea The Australian Journal of Anthropology doi: 10.1111/taja.12142
Papua New Guinea
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