The Mining Industry and other Development Interventions: Drivers of Change in Mamanwa Traditional Social Milieu in Claver, Surigao del Norte: A Case Study (Philippines)

Tomaquin, Ramel D (2014) The Mining Industry and other Development Interventions: Drivers of Change in Mamanwa Traditional Social Milieu in Claver, Surigao del Norte: A Case Study (Philippines). American International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.

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Abstract

Social Cultural Change has affected the traditional Mamanwa society. The following drivers of change contributed to the changes of their indigenous society: opening of the Mamanwa land to the mining industry, the education services provided by the Philippine government to the indigenous groups such the Mamanwas, the services of the local government unit of Claver which included the IP communities notably the Mamanwas of the following sites: Taganito, Urbiztondo and Capangdan. The following /cited drivers of change somehow changes/ alter the Mamanwa customary society which the study delves with. Key Words: Mamanwas, Traditional Society, Social Change, Indigenous Peoples, Mining Companies

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Date Deposited: 10 Aug 2017 02:28
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URI: http://lib.mainit.org/id/eprint/377

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