Addressing the Land Claims of Indigenous Peoples
This study examines how indigenous people can survive in the context of a dominant culture that does not allow them to remain true to their traditional values or way of life. The authors look at 14 case studies of land claims of indigenous peoples on six continents, seeking to maximize the geographical breadth of the study by providing examples from both developed and developing regions.
© 2008 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Lawrence E Susskind, Isabelle Anguelovski