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Open Access Karikuri : the evolving relationship of the Karinya people of Guyana to gold mining

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Karikuri : the evolving relationship of the Karinya people of Guyana to gold mining

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Focuses on the interplay between the Karinya in northwestern Guyana and the intensifying gold mining activities in their homelands. Author documents how many Karinya were drawn into gold mining and how this activity and the contact with outsiders affected their lives. She concludes that in these encounters with outsiders the Karinya have fared badly, lacking the social organization and leadership that might have allowed them to create some space for themselves.

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