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Social organization, land tenure and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands

Burt Tolerton

Social organization, land tenure and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands

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Published by National Research Council, Pacific Science Board in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land tenure -- Micronesia (Federated States) -- Lukunor Island,
  • Lukunor Island (Micronesia) -- Economic conditions,
  • Lukunor Island (Micronesia) -- Social conditions,
  • Nomoi Islands (Micronesia)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Burt Tolerton and Jerome Rauch.
    SeriesCIMA report -- no. 26, Coordinated investigation of Micronesian anthropology, 1947-1949
    ContributionsRauch, Jerome., National Research Council (U.S.). Pacific Science Board.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 leaves
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17314550M

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Social organization, land tenure and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands, (Coordinated Investigation of Micronesian AnthropologyAuthor: Burt Tolerton. Social Organization, Land Tenure and Subsistence Economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands.

CIMA manuscript no. 26, on file, University of Hawaii, Hamil-ton Library. The Cultural Consequences of Female Contribution to Subsistence ALICE SCHLEGEL Department of Anthropology University ofArizona HERBERT BARRY III School of Pharmacy University ofPittsburgh.

None is endemic to the atoll, and nearly all are widespread in Micronesia, and in many cases well beyond. The gecko Perochirus ateles has the highest incidence of occurrence, being recorded on 17 of the 18 islands, followed by the skink Lamprolepis smaragdina (14 islands), and the gecko Gehyra oceanica (13 islands).Author: Donald W.

Buden. This action involves the ownership of a piece of land known as Likin Letifou on Lukunor Island, Mortlock Is­ lands (otherwise Social organization as Nomoi Islands), Truk District, which it clearly appears was once owned by the defend-ant'smother, Emeren, who was the sister by adoption of the plaintiff'sfather.

It also clearly appears that during the plaintiff's fa­. Social organization, land tenure, and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands. Coordinated Investigation of Micronesian Anthropology (CIMA).

Beyond a Subsistence Economy: The Evolution of Social Organization in Prehistoric Europe Colin Renfrew Prehistoric archaeologists have often created a false dichotomy between the technological activities of early societies (viewed as signifi cant and reconstructable) and social activities and structures (supposedly lost without trace.

7 Vacant land is ‘land being vacant by reason of the extinction of the original native owners and their descendants’; section 10 Queen’s Regulation No.4 of 8 J Ipo, ‘Land and Economy’ in Hugh Laracy (ed) Ples Blong lumi: Solomon Islands in the past four thousand years () File Size: 51KB.

DEVELOPMENT POSSIBILITIES AND CUSTOMARY LAND TENURE IN THE PACIFIC Dennis Graham Rockell A thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Philosophy in Development Studies, Massey University, File Size: KB.

Land tenure as a concept is a derivative of the concept of natural resource tenure (Amanor, ), while the concept of 'tenure' is a social construct, defining the relationships between individuals and groups of individuals by which rights and obligations are defined with respect to File Size: KB.

Myanmar: Land Tenure Issues and the Impact on Rural Development ii CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. This includes the monetarisation of customary forms of land transfers, such as the “tutorat” arrangement between autochthons and incomers in West Africa; and the emergence of new types of land transactions such as “sales”.

These changes bring about new practices such as use of witnesses and of written by: GENDER ISSUES IN LAND TENURE UNDER CUSTOMARY LAW IN KENYA Patricia Kameri-Mbote role and relationship vis a vis other forms of social organization to the extent that even where matrilineal forms of economic, legal, social- are set by, and fixed in the interests of, Men) ideology pervading society prevent File Size: 57KB.

One of the problems of most concern to the Kwara'ae people of Mala'ita in Solomon Islands is what is happening to their land or, rather, to the traditional system for managing land "customary land tenure." A familiar way of describing the problem is summarized by the Mala'ita Provincial Planning Office when it points out that "Land tenure is the main constraint against.

The topic of land has long been, Nomoi Islands book continues to be, central to the lives of most Africans, and to the politics and economies of African countries.

The debate on land tenure and reform has raged for many, many years and from many perspectives. Transmitting Traditional Values in New Schools: Elementary Education of Pulap Atoll and Jerome Rauch Social Organization, Land Tenure and Subsistence Economy of Lu-kunor, Nomoi Islands. Tenure and Subsistence Economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands", by Tolerton and Rauch, p.

A,and Land Tenure Patterns, Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Vol. 1, p.[] It is quite clear that under the Mortlock cus­ tom where there is an exchange between lineages, it is considered that the child's land has been in effect bought by the child's matrilineal family and while the child has.

The Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation was established by an Act of Parliament - The Broadcasting Ordinance It was established to provide a high quality broadcasting service, by radio, of a wide range of programs for the information, education and entertainment of all people living in the sovereign borders of the Independent State of Solomon Islands.

Social organization, land tenure, and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands. Coordinated Investigation of Micronesian Anthropology (CIMA) Report No. 26, Office of Naval Research and The National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Wallace GD, Marshall L, Marshall M. () Cats, rats, and toxoplasmosis on a small Pacific by: 4.

The United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) is an autonomous agency engaging in multidisciplinary research on the social dimensions of contemporary problems affecting development. Its work is guided by the conviction that, for effective development poli.

Concept: Land Administration Details. The Protectorate included 3, hectares (9, acres) of land and a large sea area. A small reduction in size occurred in when Pockington Reef and its waters was given by the Solomon Islands to Papua New Guinea as an independence present; the reef is now part of Milne Bay Province.

Customary tenure is a set of rules and norms that govern community allocation, use, access, and transfer of land and other natural resources. The term “customary tenure” invokes the idea of “traditional” rights to land and other natural resources: “the tenure usually associated with indigenous communities and administered in accordance with their customs, as opposed to statutory.

NGIDANG: Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Native Customary Land Tenure in Sarawak 49 traditional land tenure increasingly irrelevant in a market economy. The argument here is that traditional land use is a competitor to commercial plantation and thus viewed as a stumbling block to development. Nomoi was formerly divided into two military alliances, with Etal, Namoluk, and part of Lukunor and Satawan allied against the remainder of Lukunor and Satawan.

Today, nearly all of the people of Nomoi are Catholics or Protestants. Key words: Traditional Management, Customary Marine Tenure, Solomon Islands, CBRM. Introduction Many of the small island countries in the South Pacific have established values and traditions around the use of marine resources.

Of particular interest is the marine tenure system, sometimes known as “customary rights”.File Size: KB. TOBIN, J. tenure in the Marshall Islands', Atoll Research TOLERTON, B.

and RAUCH. J., social organisation, land tenure and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi islands, CIMA report TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS, US.

Naval Civil Ad- a. code of the Trust Territory, of the pacific Islands (revised Size: 3MB. land tenure system in nigeria (north, east, west, south) LAW According to Olawoye he defined the land tenure system in Nigeria to mean “the body of rules which govern the access to land and the relationship between the holder of the land and community on the other hand or.

Lastly, dualism in a mixed economy of villagization and co-operative tenure existing alongside individualism creates the policy formulation that has to cater for both so that the economic, social, and political situation prevailing is not seriously interrupted.

These are just a few of the problems encountered in our land tenure reforms. Customary land tenure. Customary land tenure managed this mobility in the contexts of both extensive pastoralism and oasis agriculture. This account of customary tenure is based on oral histories, semi-structured interviews, fieldwork, and the geographical and anthropological literature on the region (Aït Hamza, ; Ilahiane, ; Silverstein,).Cited by: 3.

Formerly, all land was held in full title by the sibs, but individual land tenure was instituted in the s. Clans were also important in the organization of group tasks, such as house building, fishing, gardening, canoe construction, etc.

The people of Nomoi are organized into. THE CUSTOMARY LAND TENURE SYSTEM AND WOMEN‟S ACCESS TO LAND IN BIPARE AND KAFINAROU Border area Between Northern Cameroon And the South West of Chad Babette Koultchoumi Master of Philosophy in Visual Culture Studies Department of Social Anthropology Faculty of Social Science University of Tromsø June mix of subsistence agriculture, small-scale livestock rearing, collection of forest products and, where accessible or possible, cash cropping.

Livelihood strategies are very diverse, depending on many factors such as traditional and cultural values, access to markets and towns, availability of secure land tenure and opportunities for wage Size: KB. Start studying Social Institutions- societies part 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

had a subsistence economy. a type of economy in which human groups live off the land and have little or no surplus. The subject of tl1is book i s land tenure il1 a remote peasant comu11ity on the highlands of the Ethiopiai1 plateau.

role i11 Al1ara social and political organization. During the first. The data were collected during twenty-four months of field research (, ) among two communities of Bajau, namely the boat-dwellers of the Tawi-Tawi Islands and the house-dwellers of Sitangkai Island. The book describes the two communities' social organization, including households, family alliances, kinship groups and by: 4.

Systematic Land Titling and Registration in Nigeria: Geoinformation Challenges FIG Working Week Environment for Sustainability Abuja, Nigeria, 6 – 10 May 3/13 Thus, aboutsquare kilometres of Nigerian land is effectively locked up as “dead capital”.Author: Olusola Atilola.

Colin H. Allan. Customary Land Tenure in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate. Honiara: Western Pacific High Commission, vi + p. + two-colour.

for economic exploitation by their client investors and set-tlers. Despite preindependence rhetoric, most of this land has subsequently been retained by many postindependent states. As a British Protectorate from untilSolomon Islands customary land ownership was largely undisturbed, 8.

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION LAND tenure system in Nigeria from earliest time is one of the oldest systems in Nigeria that have remained relevant until the coming of the Europeans in the late 19th century. Customary land tenure system in Ikorodu land predates to the time of the creation of Ikorodu.

The history of land. Juliana Flinn is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Social Organization, Land Tenure and Subsistence Economy of Lu- kunor, Nomoi Islands. CIMA Report, Washington, D.C.: Pacific Sci- ence Board. Tweet. land: • Cook Islands - customary land only 3 of 15 islands, Mangaia, Mitiro and Pukapuka, remainder native freehold, which is not customary; • Kiribati - % of land area, Line and Phoenix Islands originally uninhabited, owned by Government Some island countries have no customary land at all.

The author describes how the flexibility of customary land tenure allows the system of land holding to change while appearing to remain the same.

Out of older kinds of inequality are emerging new kinds of inequality in cash income and in control of land -- land is being concentrated in a few hands while the subsequent social differentiation.Social or­ ganization, land tenure and subsistence economy of Lukunor, Nomoi Islands.

Re ports o Coordinated Investigation o f f Micronesian Anthro pology No. Pa­ cific Science Board, National Science Foundation. pp. (mimeographed) 8 1.This report is an account of the politics and processes of the recent land tenure reforms in Tanzania.

It examines the various stages and outcomes of the land tenure reform, the issues which formed the subject of debate, the protagonists in these debates and their positions and strategies.