The Inconvenient Indigenous: Remote Area Development in Botswana, Donor Assistance and the First People of the Kalahari

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Index

A
adaptation
diversity in 93
ecologic 84–89
traditional 83
adaptive flexibility 93
affirmative action 202
Africa 52–54, 200
Agenda 21, 45
alcoholism 219
allegory 40
Andersson and Janson 109
//Ani 109
applied anthropology 33
Ardener 35
ascription by others 56
assimilation 60, 120, 161
Attorney General's Chambers 89
Australia
Mabo case 51
authentic 63

B
Bakgalagadi 223
Balala 165
Bamangwato 74
band 90
Baraka 199
Barnard 88, 91, 108
Barth 35, 56, 96
Basarwa 28, 127
basic needs approach 140
Bateson 35
Batibo and Tsonope 109
Berger and Kellner 36
Biesele 193
bilateral agreement 141
Bolaane 221
Botswana Centre for Hman Rights 224
Botswana Centre for Human Rights 202, 224
Botswana Christian Council 182, 202
Botswana Democratic Party 71, 73
Botswana Society 26, 175, 194
Bourdieu 36, 62
British High Commissioner 240
bush 103
bushman 'other' 104
Bushmanland 199
Bushmen 28
Bushmen Development Officer 117
Bushmen Development Programme 117–123
Butale 52, 164, 189, 207, 237

C
Campbell 164
Campbell and Maine 95
Canada
Nunavut Agreement 51
Cape Town 195
cattle 77, 102
census data 127
Central Kalahari Game Reserve 225
negotiating team 224
Chambers 163
citizenship 117
civil society 194
class 58
client model 163–165
clientification 167
colonial rule 63, 97
colonialism 54
commoners 99
communication 64, 206
conventions for 107, 195
in the press 179–184
meta- 146, 180
public 147
Community Based Natural Resource Management 132–133, 221
community mobilisation 156
community ownership 164
Community trust 132
comparative perspectives 60, 144, 166, 188
complementarisation 61
Conference on Land Reform 90
constitution 27, 74
Copenhagen 200
Crown Land 70, 89, 97, 98
customary international law 46, 228

D
Datta and Murray 99
Davidson 71
democracy 69, 73
participatory 219
representative 219
dependency 219

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