Albertus Hadi Pramono

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Over the past several decades rural communities have adopted spatial information technology (SIT) for developing management plans, monitoring change, asserting territorial claims, and other purposes. Yet to date few researchers have examined the socio-ethical implications of these technologies, particularly in developing countries. In June 2003, a number of(More)
As Indigenous academics researching and participating with various mapping initiatives, we have began to perceive that while many Indigenous communities have a long history of using Western cartographic techniques, including GIS, in their efforts to establish land claims, map culturally important sites and protect community resources, they were not(More)
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