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Engagement Within: An Anthropological Exploration of First Nations Engagement and Consulting Archaeology Within a Transnational Corporation.(Report)

Connaughton, Sean P. ; Herbert, James

Archaeologies, 2017, Vol.13(2), p.306(38) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Engagement Within: An Anthropological Exploration of First Nations Engagement and Consulting Archaeology Within a Transnational Corporation.(Report)
  • Autor: Connaughton, Sean P. ; Herbert, James
  • Assuntos: Valuation – Discovery and Exploration ; Decolonization – Discovery and Exploration ; Canadian Native Peoples – Discovery and Exploration ; Corporate Culture – Discovery and Exploration ; Archaeology – Discovery and Exploration ; Environmental Monitoring – Discovery and Exploration ; Multinational Corporations – Discovery and Exploration ; Environmental Impact Analysis – Discovery and Exploration
  • É parte de: Archaeologies, 2017, Vol.13(2), p.306(38)
  • Descrição: To access, purchase, authenticate, or subscribe to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11759-017-9317-7 Byline: Sean P. Connaughton (1,2), James Herbert (3) Keywords: Ethnography; Archaeology; Aboriginal engagement; Cultural Resource Management Abstract: This article details our research within a large, publicly traded company to understand the 'corporate culture' within Cultural Resource Management as it is practiced today. We outline the trials, twists, and roadblocks in our attempt to first change, and then to merely understand, the nature of corporate culture in a large-scale environmental assessment company situated within development capitalism. In the end, we share how corporate archaeologists think about engagement with Indigenous communities in British Columbia in an attempt to look within the corporate sector to understand its worldview and perspectives. We then offer 'solutions' to drive internal, structural change in hopes of engendering a community-first approach as first step towards decolonizing commercial archaeology. Abstract (French): Cet article detaille nos recherches dans une grande societe cotee pour comprendre la [much less than]culture d'entreprise[much greater than] au sein de la gestion des ressources culturelles, telle qu'elle est pratiquee aujourd'hui. Nous decrivons les epreuves, les rebondissements et les obstacles dans notre tentative de modifier puis de comprendre tout simplement la nature de la culture d'entreprise dans une entreprise d'evaluation environnementale a grande echelle, situee dans le capitalisme de developpement. Nous partageons ensuite ce que pensent les archeologues d'entreprise de l'engagement avec les communautes autochtones en Colombie-Britannique afin d'interroger le secteur des entreprises pour comprendre leur vision du monde et leurs perspectives. Nous offrons ensuite des [much less than]solutions[much greater than] pour transformer le changement interne et structurel dans l'espoir d'engendrer une approche axee en priorite sur les communautes comme premiere etape vers la decolonisation de l'archeologie commerciale. Abstract (Spanish): El presente articulo detalla nuestra investigacion en una gran empresa que cotiza en bolsa para comprender la 'cultura corporativa' dentro de la Gestion de Recursos Culturales, tal como se practica en la actualidad. Esbozamos las pruebas, los giros y los contratiempos en nuestro intento de primero cambiar, y despues simplemente comprender, la naturaleza de la cultura corporativa en una sociedad de evaluacion medioambiental a gran escala situada dentro del capitalismo de desarrollo. Al final, compartimos como los arqueologos corporativos piensan sobre el compromiso con las comunidades indigenas en la Columbia Britanica en un intento de mirar dentro del sector corporativo para comprender su vision del mundo y sus perspectivas. Despues ofrecemos 'soluciones' para impulsar el cambio interno estructural con la esperanza de engendrar un enfoque que piense primero en la comunidad como un primer paso hacia la descolonizacion de la arqueologia comercial. Author Affiliation: (1) Inlailawatash Limited Partnership, 3075 Takaya Dr., North Vancouver, BC, Canada (2) Department of Anthropology, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, 12666-72 Ave., Surrey, BC, Canada (3) GitxaaAa Environmental Monitoring, 280-110 1st Ave W., Prince Rupert, BC, Canada Article History: Registration Date: 12/05/2017 Online Date: 08/06/2017
  • Idioma: Inglês

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