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eBook Tracing the Veins: Of Copper, Culture, and Community from Butte to Chuquicamata ePub

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We argue that, if Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects are to be the primary way local people directly benefit from mine development, the relationship between the value of those projects and the wealth taken from the location should be considered, community projects should be well defined and differentiated from company-oriented projects, and community representatives should participate in monitoring the success and impact.

Copper mineralization is irregular and scattered vein-veinlets with space filling textures and replacement which i. .mainly limited to volcanic unit. Based on TEM observations a microscopic model can be worked out. The stabilization of the vein structure occurs by secondary dislocations gliding on primary planes; destabilization of the veins and nucleation of PSB can be caused by local internal stresses arising from secondary dislocations gliding on secondary planes.

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Tracing the Veins book.

Combining social history with ethnography, Janet Finn shows how the development of copper mining set in motion parallel processes involving distinctive constructions of community, class, and gender in the two widely separated but intimately related sites

The Copper Commando was the official newspaper of the Victory Labor-Management Committees of the Anaconda Copper Mining . Tracing the Veins: Of Copper, Culture, and Community from Butte to Chuquicamata. University of California Press.

The Copper Commando was the official newspaper of the Victory Labor-Management Committees of the Anaconda Copper Mining Company (ACM) and its Union representatives of Butte, Anaconda, and Great Falls, Montana. pp. 43–. ISBN 978-0-522007-1.

book by Janet L. Finn.

Comments

Anayajurus Anayajurus
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Kefym Kefym
Having been raised in Butte, worked in the mines and was a member of the local miners union, I find that although this book appears to be well researched and documented, it has a certain level of naiveity concerning operating a business. It is repetative, biased, and failing to make any clear conclusions except that the ladies in Chile did not like standing in lines to make purchases at the company stores.
Doomwarden Doomwarden
Having grown up in Butte Montana and being very familiar with Ms. Finns work, I cannot say enough about how valuable this book is in terms of telling the long-untold story of women in the mining community.
Her intense and thorough research is extraordinary and her heartfelt personal connection to the subjects she deals with make it an engrossing book. I recommend it to all who would understand the universal plight of women creating culture in a society which chose to largely ignore them - a society that could not have existed without them and their heroic efforts.