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Queer in Africa : LGBTQI identities, citizenship, and activism / edited by Zethu Matebeni, Surya Monro and Vasu Reddy.

Contributor(s): Reddy, Vasu [editor.] | Matebeni, Zethu [editor.] | Monro, Surya [editor.] | Taylor and FrancisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Routledge advances in critical diversitiesPublisher: Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, 2018Edition: First editionDescription: 1 online resource (222 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781315406749Subject(s): SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General | Gays -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Africa | Gays -- Africa -- Social conditions | Homosexuality -- AfricaLOC classification: HQ75.16.A35Online resources: Click here to access this RESOURCE ONLINE.
Contents:
part Section I: Processes and Organizational Designs Underpinning Innovation in the Resources Sector ; Chapter 1 Understanding the Innovation Ecosystem in Mining and What the Digital Revolution Means for It / John Steen ; Chapter 2 Mining Innovation: Barriers and Imperatives / Kane Usher ; Chapter 3 How Innovation and Research and Development Happen in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry: Insights from a Global Survey / Robert K. Perrons ; Chapter 4 Vignette: Technological Innovation in Mexico's Hydrocarbon Sector / Victor Gerardo Ortiz Gallardo ; Chapter 5 Vignette: Innovation in Australia's Extractive Industries—Current Context and Future Requirements / Miranda Taylor ; Chapter 6 Vignette: The Need for Innovation in Mining and Potential Areas for Adopting New Technologies. John McGagh ; part Section II: Advances in Mining, Oil, and Gas Technologies ; Chapter 7 Digital Mining: Past, Present, and Future / Jonathon C. Ralston, Craig A.R. James, and David W. Hainsworth ; Chapter 8 An Optimized Command System for Full Automation of Digitally Controlled Mine and Gas Train Plants and Sites / Brian J. Evans ; Chapter 9 The Case for “n << all”: Why the Big Data Revolution Will Probably Happen Differently in the Mining Sector / Robert K. Perrons ; Chapter 10 Advancement in Digital Oil Field Technology: Maximizing Production and Improving Operational Efficiency through Data-Driven Technologies / Richard Mohan David ; Chapter 11 A Statistical Framework for Data-Driven Assessment of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources / Justin Montgomery and Francis O'Sullivan ; Chapter 12 Application of Advanced Data Analytics to Improve Haul Trucks Energy Efficiency in Surface Mines / Ali Soofastaei ; Chapter 13 Augmented Reality in Geological Modeling: Development and Use of the Leapfrog Aspect Viewer / P.J. Hollenbeck ; Chapter 14 Streamlining and Standardizing Data Use in the Extractive Industries. Energistics Consortium ; Chapter 15 Vignette: Innovations in Deep Seabed Mining / Lindsey Harris ; Chapter 16 Extracting Off-Earth Resources / Serkan Saydam ; part Section III: Social Responsibility and Environmental Stewardship ; Chapter 17 Vignette: Land Access and Social Consensus / Sharon Flynn ; Chapter 18 Leveraging Social Investment / John D. Moore, Andry Nowosiwsky, Valentina Kaman, and Gary Krieger ; Chapter 19 Mobile Money and Financial Inclusion in the Papua New Guinea Resource Regions / Tim A. Grice ; Chapter 20 Vignette: Local Level Agreement Making in the Extractive Industries—A Viewpoint on Context, Content, and Continuing Evolution / Bruce Harvey ; Chapter 21 Social Incident Investigation in Mining: Thinking Outside the Fence / Deanna Kemp ; Chapter 22 Social Media and Community Relations: Five Key Challenges and Opportunities for Future Practice / Colette Einfeld ; Chapter 23 Phytomining: Using Plants to Extract Valuable Metals from Mineralized Wastes and Uneconomic Resources / Philip N. Nkrumah, Guillaume Echevarria, Peter D. Erskine, and Anthony van der Ent ; Chapter 24 Vignette: The Eden Project—Innovative Restoration of a Mine Site for Tourism / Saleem H. Ali ; Chapter 25 The Frugal Rehabilitation Methodology for Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Mongolia: An Innovative Approach to Formalization and Environmental Governance with Potential for International Adaptation through the BEST-ASM Initiative.
Abstract: African sexualities are dynamic, multi-faceted and resilient. However, people with non-heterosexual sexualities and gender variant identities are often involved in struggles for survival, self-definition, and erotic rights. Beyond identity: Queer affiliation and the politics of solidarity in Gordimers None to Accompany Me and Duikers The Quiet Violence of Dreams by Derrick HigginbothamExperiences of transgender people in Swaziland by Velile VilaneHighly interdisciplinary in nature, Queer in Africa provides a key resource for students, academics, and activists concerned with the international support of sex and gender diversity. It will appeal to those interested in fields such as anthropology, film studies, literary studies, political science, public health, sociology, and socio-legal studies.Queer in Africa forms an entry point for understanding the vulnerabilities of queer Africans as shaped by social, cultural and political processes, aiming to provide innovative insights about contentious disagreements over their lives. The volume mediates Southern and Northern scholarship, directing attention toward African-centred beliefs made accessible to a wide audience. Key concerns such as identity construction and the intersections between different social forces (such as nationalist traditionalism and sexualities) are addressed via engaging chapters; some empirically based and others providing critical cultural analysis.
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part Section I: Processes and Organizational Designs Underpinning Innovation in the Resources Sector ; Chapter 1 Understanding the Innovation Ecosystem in Mining and What the Digital Revolution Means for It / John Steen ; Chapter 2 Mining Innovation: Barriers and Imperatives / Kane Usher ; Chapter 3 How Innovation and Research and Development Happen in the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry: Insights from a Global Survey / Robert K. Perrons ; Chapter 4 Vignette: Technological Innovation in Mexico's Hydrocarbon Sector / Victor Gerardo Ortiz Gallardo ; Chapter 5 Vignette: Innovation in Australia's Extractive Industries—Current Context and Future Requirements / Miranda Taylor ; Chapter 6 Vignette: The Need for Innovation in Mining and Potential Areas for Adopting New Technologies. John McGagh ; part Section II: Advances in Mining, Oil, and Gas Technologies ; Chapter 7 Digital Mining: Past, Present, and Future / Jonathon C. Ralston, Craig A.R. James, and David W. Hainsworth ; Chapter 8 An Optimized Command System for Full Automation of Digitally Controlled Mine and Gas Train Plants and Sites / Brian J. Evans ; Chapter 9 The Case for “n << all”: Why the Big Data Revolution Will Probably Happen Differently in the Mining Sector / Robert K. Perrons ; Chapter 10 Advancement in Digital Oil Field Technology: Maximizing Production and Improving Operational Efficiency through Data-Driven Technologies / Richard Mohan David ; Chapter 11 A Statistical Framework for Data-Driven Assessment of Unconventional Oil and Gas Resources / Justin Montgomery and Francis O'Sullivan ; Chapter 12 Application of Advanced Data Analytics to Improve Haul Trucks Energy Efficiency in Surface Mines / Ali Soofastaei ; Chapter 13 Augmented Reality in Geological Modeling: Development and Use of the Leapfrog Aspect Viewer / P.J. Hollenbeck ; Chapter 14 Streamlining and Standardizing Data Use in the Extractive Industries. Energistics Consortium ; Chapter 15 Vignette: Innovations in Deep Seabed Mining / Lindsey Harris ; Chapter 16 Extracting Off-Earth Resources / Serkan Saydam ; part Section III: Social Responsibility and Environmental Stewardship ; Chapter 17 Vignette: Land Access and Social Consensus / Sharon Flynn ; Chapter 18 Leveraging Social Investment / John D. Moore, Andry Nowosiwsky, Valentina Kaman, and Gary Krieger ; Chapter 19 Mobile Money and Financial Inclusion in the Papua New Guinea Resource Regions / Tim A. Grice ; Chapter 20 Vignette: Local Level Agreement Making in the Extractive Industries—A Viewpoint on Context, Content, and Continuing Evolution / Bruce Harvey ; Chapter 21 Social Incident Investigation in Mining: Thinking Outside the Fence / Deanna Kemp ; Chapter 22 Social Media and Community Relations: Five Key Challenges and Opportunities for Future Practice / Colette Einfeld ; Chapter 23 Phytomining: Using Plants to Extract Valuable Metals from Mineralized Wastes and Uneconomic Resources / Philip N. Nkrumah, Guillaume Echevarria, Peter D. Erskine, and Anthony van der Ent ; Chapter 24 Vignette: The Eden Project—Innovative Restoration of a Mine Site for Tourism / Saleem H. Ali ; Chapter 25 The Frugal Rehabilitation Methodology for Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining in Mongolia: An Innovative Approach to Formalization and Environmental Governance with Potential for International Adaptation through the BEST-ASM Initiative.

African sexualities are dynamic, multi-faceted and resilient. However, people with non-heterosexual sexualities and gender variant identities are often involved in struggles for survival, self-definition, and erotic rights. Beyond identity: Queer affiliation and the politics of solidarity in Gordimers None to Accompany Me and Duikers The Quiet Violence of Dreams by Derrick HigginbothamExperiences of transgender people in Swaziland by Velile VilaneHighly interdisciplinary in nature, Queer in Africa provides a key resource for students, academics, and activists concerned with the international support of sex and gender diversity. It will appeal to those interested in fields such as anthropology, film studies, literary studies, political science, public health, sociology, and socio-legal studies.Queer in Africa forms an entry point for understanding the vulnerabilities of queer Africans as shaped by social, cultural and political processes, aiming to provide innovative insights about contentious disagreements over their lives. The volume mediates Southern and Northern scholarship, directing attention toward African-centred beliefs made accessible to a wide audience. Key concerns such as identity construction and the intersections between different social forces (such as nationalist traditionalism and sexualities) are addressed via engaging chapters; some empirically based and others providing critical cultural analysis.

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