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Gaining Ground?: Evenkis, Land And Reform In Southeastern Siberia

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Gaining Ground? Evenkis, Land, and Reform in Southeastern Siberia provides an assessment of how land reform in the Russian Federation is affecting indigenous peoples. Based on fieldwork in thirteen native (Evenki) villages in Southeastern Siberia, it contrasts the intent of legislation passed in Moscow with the real-life experiences of indigenous persons who are trying to ...more
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Published July 14th 1997 by Pearson
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Shane Bunn
Jul 25, 2015 Shane Bunn rated it really liked it
The following is a review I wrote in May 2001:
I purchased this book to help me conduct research on my masters' thesis, hoping to just get a few quotes out of it - you know, space filler. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised by its detailed stories of life on a personal level, something that many texts on this subject lack.
This story is not a novel. It does provide stories of how life is conducted in the rural areas of Southeastern Siberia, often based on interviews by the author with farmers and
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