2 edition of Studies in New Guinea land tenure. found in the catalog.
Studies in New Guinea land tenure.
Herbert Ian Hogbin
|Contributions||Lawrence, Peter, jt. author|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 148 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
policy, to date approximately 97% of land in Papua New Guinea is held under customary tenure. The remainder is state land, of which most is alienated in freehold or leasehold. Britain’s land tenure policy in her colonies in eastern Africa was different. There, recognition of customary land rights was the exception rather than the rule. For File Size: 88KB. Peter Eaton now lives in the Peak District National Park and is Visiting Professor with the Department of Geography, University of Plymouth, of his working life has been spent in Sarawak, Papua New Guinea and Brunei. His teaching and research interests are in .
The second section focuses on more detailed case studies of land tenure conflict in: Papua New Guinea; The Solomon Islands; Fiji; Vanuatu; The author finds that conflict over tenure is the norm in the region. The paper contains a range of statistics relating to land tenure and natural resource use in the South pacific. So his two" most important works" Land Tenure and Policy in Tanzania () and Land Law and Policy in Papua New Guinea (), may be categorised as studies in 'law and economic and political development'. Clear statements of policy (in this case derived from the Report of theFile Size: 4MB.
A long-term study of land tenure, land transfer, and succession in one subclan of the Chimbu in the Papua New Guinea highlands takes up the relations between the agricultural cycle, family, and population growth in a period of rapid commercialization and cash cropping. Over a generation, land was held and allocated within families, among families within the subclan, and to kin and affines in. land tenure in the atolls Download land tenure in the atolls or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get land tenure in the atolls book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
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Studies in New Guinea land tenure. [Sydney] Sydney University Press [London, Methuen; University Park, Pennsylvania State University Press; Wellington, Price Milburn] (OCoLC) Online version: Hogbin, Herbert Ian, Studies in New Guinea land tenure.
Customary Land Tenure & Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea Book Description: The main theme of this volume is a discussion of the ways in which legal mechanisms, such as the Land Groups Incorporation Act () in PNG, and the Native Title Act () in Australia, do not, as they purport, serve merely to identify and register.
The Irish land question, with practical plans for an improved land tenure and a new land system. (Dublin, Hodges and Smith, ), by Vincent Scully (page images at HathiTrust) Les sources du droit rural cherchés dans l'histoire des communaux et des communes / (Paris: A. Durand, ), by Alexandre Bouthors (page images at HathiTrust).
"Land resource management in Papua New Guinea (PNG) has been experiencing substantial pressure over the last few years in response to economic and social development and change. Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Papua New Guinea Filed under: Land tenure -- Papua New Guinea Issues in Customary Land Law (Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea: Institute of National Affairs, ), by Robert Cooter (PDF at ).Land tenure system in Papua and New Guinea Dept.
of Lands and Surveys; National Investment and Development Authority [Port Moresby. Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. TENURE TYPES. Land tenure Studies in New Guinea land tenure. book Guinea can be classified into statutory and customary and falls along a rural-urban divide.
Land tenure legislation is more oriented toward urban areas. The Land Code recognizes private ownership of land, and the formal law grants owners rights to use and alienate land held in ownership. Etymology. The word papua is derived from an old local term of uncertain origin. " New Guinea" (Nueva Guinea) was the name coined by the Spanish explorer Yñigo Ortiz dehe noted the resemblance of the people to those he had earlier seen along the Guinea coast of Africa.
Guinea, in its turn, is etymologically derived from the Portuguese word g code: + GUINEA—LAND TENURE AND PROPRTY RIGHTS PROFILE 1. USAID COUNTRY PROFILE. PROPERTY RIGHTS AND RESOURCE GOVERNANCE. GUINEA. OVERVIEW. The majority of Guinea’s population is rural, and more than 70% of the population works in the agriculture, livestock, fishery, forestry, and mining sectors.
Farms are family-owned and -operated, and. Get this from a library. Land: customary ownership vs. state control in Papua New Guinea and Australia. [John Waiko; University of New South Wales. Centre for South Pacific Studies.]. Home; All editions; Studies in New Guinea land tenure: three papers / by Ian Hogbin & Peter Lawrence Hogbin, H.
Ian (Herbert Ian), Kinship and Marriage in a New Guinea Village, ; A Guadalcanal Society: The Kaoka Speakers, ; Studies in New Guinea Land Tenure, (with Peter Lawrence) The Island of Menstruating Men: Religion in Wogeo, New Guinea, (Reissued Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press, ) References.
Finally, for the annual value of subsistence gardens we used Anderson's () estimates of the value of customary-managed land for subsistence food production in Papua New Guinea (culturally.
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This site is like a. This paper consists of a review of existing literature relating to Incorporated Land Groups in Papua New Guinea (PNG), followed by a case study of two urban incorporated land groups (ILGs) in the city of Lae. The paper is an attempt at assessing the sustainability of ILGs in the country.
The challenges facing the ILGs have heightened public fears that the land groups may not be by: 1. African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Review a Brill Book; Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives PapuaNew Guinea and the Legal Methodsfor Maintaining Customary Land Tenure.
Chapter Eight. Customary Land Tenure in Author: David Lea. The paper "The Tragedy of the Commons: Land Tenure in Papua New Guinea" is a great example of a case study on sociology.
The tragedy of the commons is a concept explained as a dilemma that arises from the situation where multiple individuals acting solely, independently and rationally and with a consultation of their own self-interest ultimately deplete a limited resource, which is shared.
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Verschueren December Published by the New Guinea Research Unit. Inthe mechanism of indigenous customary land tenure was again under assault in both Australia and Papua New Guinea (PNG).
 It was claimed that communal customary land tenure was impeding economic development; that it was inconsistent with the exercise of individual autonomy and freedom in a liberal society, and that it was an archaic base upon which to build and develop a national.
This book is devoted to an analysis of alternative land tenure systems in Papua New Guinea and offers a blend of philosophical, legal, sociological and economic approaches to this issue.
The text is divided roughly into two sections.Beginning inthe University hosted a series of popular Waigani seminars that addressed Melanesian issues, including economics, politics, culture, education, history and land tenure. Across the s, the campus was influenced by various movements such as Josephine Abaijah’s Papua Besena movement and the Bougainville uprisings.English, Book edition: Rationales of ownership: ethnographic studies of transactions and claims to ownership in contemporary Papua New Guinea / edited by .