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|Title:||Doing it for themselves - Transformative planning by Indigenous peoples|
|Author:||Lane, Marcus B.|
|Citation:||Journal of Planning Education and Research, 2005; 25 (2):172-184|
|Publisher:||Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning|
|School/Discipline:||School of Social Sciences : Geographical and Environmental Studies|
|Marcus B. Lane and Michael Hibbard|
|Abstract:||Colonial processes of territorial acquisition and state formation have constituted a continuous assault on the political and cultural autonomy of the indigenous peoples of the New World. In recent decades, indigenous claims for land justice and resource sovereignty have posed considerable legal and political challenges for postsettler states. Planning offers an indispensable conceptual and operational lens through which to examine state responses to indigenous claims. The authors use case studies to explore the utility, contribution, and key features of planning undertaken as a means of resolving resource conflicts, enhancing indigenous capacity to regain and manage custodial lands, and developing community autonomy.|
|Keywords:||Self-determination; indigenous communities; resource sovereignty; transformative planning|
|Description:||Â© 2005 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography, Environment and Population publications|
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