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  • Social impact assessment in the mining sector Review and

    Social impact assessment in the mining sector Review and

    Aug 01, 2018 Among others, the mining and metals sector, which includes exploration, mining and primary metal processing including smelting, recycling, and basic fabrication and covers the complete project life cycle, from development through operational lifetime to closure and post-closure.

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  • Sustainable Development of Mining Mineral Resources

    Sustainable Development of Mining Mineral Resources

    Jan 01, 2013 The essence of work safety in mining has been presented taking an example of the Polish hard coal mining industry. It should be emphasised that this industrial sector is well developed in Poland which assures its safe functioning. Since 1990, this mining industry has passed through the process of drastic restructuring processes that have ...

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  • How Sociology Can Prepare You for a Career in Business

    How Sociology Can Prepare You for a Career in Business

    Mar 04, 2019 Sociology is a discipline that enhances a business persons ability to manage these relations. Within sociology, a student can specialize in subfields including the sociology of work, occupations, law, economy and politics, labor, and organizations. Each of these subfields offers important insights into how people operate in the workplace ...

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  • Keeping up with global development Skills in demand

    Keeping up with global development Skills in demand

    Talent demands in the sector continue to evolve with technological advances and new players engagement. Devex details some of the top skills in demand in global development right now.

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  • Industrialisation and Development ReviseSociology

    Industrialisation and Development ReviseSociology

    Mar 17, 2017 Industrialisation requires workers who will be paid wages which gives them more money and stimulates demand in the economy and further economic and social development. Industrialisation requires an educated workforce at least some workers management need to be educated which encourages the government to invest in education.

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  • 131 Economic Development in Historical Perspective

    131 Economic Development in Historical Perspective

    Defined in this way, the economy touches us all. The economy is composed of three sectors. The primary sector is the part of the economy that takes and uses raw materials directly from the natural environment. Its activities include agriculture, fishing, forestry, and mining. The secondary sector of the economy transforms raw materials into ...

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  • The social and economic impacts of gold mining

    The social and economic impacts of gold mining

    Gold mining companies are a major source of income and economic growth, with an important role in supporting sustainable socio-economic development.

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  • Social Development in Zimbabwe

    Social Development in Zimbabwe

    Social Development in Zimbabwe Discussion Paper prepared for the Development Foundation for Zimbabwe By Dr Tendai Murisa December 2010 Dr Tendai Murisa is a Zimbabwean with extensive experience working on various projects aimed at improving pro land and agrarian policies in Africa. He has worked on programmes

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  • Sustainable Development ReviseSociology

    Sustainable Development ReviseSociology

    Dec 15, 2015 This post defines sustainable development, summarises the environmental challenges we face and contrasts technocentric and ecocentric views on the relationship between economic growth and sustainability. There are many definitions of sustainable development, including this landmark one which first appeared in 1987 Development that meets the needs of the present without

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  • Local Content Policies in the Oil Gas and Mining Sector

    Local Content Policies in the Oil Gas and Mining Sector

    Oct 01, 2013 She works on the Social and Economic Development work program, focused on the Mining Partnerships for Development project. Immediately prior to joining ICMM, Previously she worked as Head of Strategy for Cancer Research UK and as a manager with Accentures Global Strategy Practice, primarily in the oil and gas sector.

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  • The Sociology of Work Continuity and Change in Paid and

    The Sociology of Work Continuity and Change in Paid and

    Definitive, critical and engaging, this is a superb introduction to the sociology of work. Leo McCann, Professor of Management, University of York Now in a fully updated third edition, The ...

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  • Sociology of work SlideShare

    Sociology of work SlideShare

    Apr 16, 2014 9 Wilbert M 1969, Impact of industry, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. New Delhi. 1.12 QUESTIONS 1 Explain sociology of work with reference to modern nature of work and economy. 2 Discuss meaning of sociology of work with modern nature of work, globalization and automation. 3 Define sociology of work and highlight future of work.

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  • Mineralbased Growth and Developmentgenerated

    Mineralbased Growth and Developmentgenerated

    Mineralbased Growth and Developmentgenerated Socioeconomic Problems in Botswana Mineralbased Growth and Developmentgenerated Socioeconomic Problems in Botswana Curry, Robert L. 1985-07-01 000000 Abstract. Botswanas record of economic growth and political stability stands in sharp contrast to the economic stagnation and political turmoil endemic to Africa.

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  • The importance of sustainability in mining operations

    The importance of sustainability in mining operations

    Sep 16, 2019 The mining industry is starting to take sustainability seriously, realising that if they dont act on it, they wont survive, says Melbye. After all, sustainability is increasingly connected to productivity, which is in turn linked to economics and profitability. So there are clear financial gains to be had from sustainability.

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  • Sociology Chapter 16 The Economy and Work Flashcards

    Sociology Chapter 16 The Economy and Work Flashcards

    Start studying Sociology Chapter 16 The Economy and Work. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

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  • Chapter 18 Work and the Economy Introduction to

    Chapter 18 Work and the Economy Introduction to

    Under socialism, the means of production is commonly owned, and the economy is controlled centrally by government. Several countries economies exhibit a mix of both systems. Convergence theory seeks to explain the correlation between a countrys level of development and changes in

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  • International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy

    International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy

    Volume 40. Issue 1112 2020. Issue 910 2020 Coronavirus sociological and social policy perspectives. Issue 78 2020. Issue 56 2020 Assessing and measuring the impacts of parental leave policies intersectionality, policy entanglements, and conceptual and methodological complexities. Issue 34

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  • Problems in Acquiring Mineral Revenues for Financing

    Problems in Acquiring Mineral Revenues for Financing

    I utiury, 1984, d 9 S 4 American Journal of Economics nd Sociology, Inc. American Joumai of Economics and Sociology Second, the mining industry m most developing countries is characterized by the presence of large transnational corporations and by the existence of a substantial element of rent in the market value of minerals.

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  • Seven trends that will shape the future of mining and

    Seven trends that will shape the future of mining and

    Feb 19, 2021 Seven trends shaping the future of the mining and metals industry. Automation - such as this driverless truck - and digitalization are two of the forces shaping the future of mining and metas. Image REUTERSMelanie Burton - RC1E2E3671D0. The mining and metals industry is recovering from one of its most difficult periods in decades.

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  • Mining Minerals and Sustainable Development MMSD

    Mining Minerals and Sustainable Development MMSD

    The mining and minerals industry has come under tremendous pressure to improve its social, developmental, and environmental performance. Like other parts of the corporate world, companies are more routinely expected to perform to ever higher standards of behaviour, going well beyond achieving the best rate of return for shareholders.

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  • Mining coal other mining sector

    Mining coal other mining sector

    The ILO has been dealing with labour and social problems in the mining industry since its early days, making considerable efforts to improve the work and life of miners - from the adoption of the Hours of Work Coal Mines Convention No. 31 in 1931 to the Safety and Health in Mines Convention No. 176, which was adopted in 1995.

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  • Beyond Markets Sociology streetlevel bureaucracy and

    Beyond Markets Sociology streetlevel bureaucracy and

    Beyond Markets Sociology, street-level bureaucracy, and the management of the public sector Michael J. Piore Department of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA Abstract This article extends the concept of street-level bureaucracy to

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  • A guide to leading practice sustainable development

    A guide to leading practice sustainable development

    FOREWORD The Leading Practice Sustainable Development Program for the Mining Industry series of handbooks has been produced to share Australias world-leading experience and expertise in mine management and planning. The handbooks provide practical guidance on

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  • The Future of Work the Changing Skills Landscape for

    The Future of Work the Changing Skills Landscape for

    work. Overall, industry employment projections are set to increase over the next five years, and looking at the industry through the Digital Mining Report, approximately 77 of occupations in the sector can be considered enhanced or redesigned. On balance, it can be said the industry will

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  • Ethiopia Mining Sector and Business Prospects

    Ethiopia Mining Sector and Business Prospects

    Ethiopia - Mining Sector and Business Prospects KE- September, 2016 These companies have finalized exploration works and have undertaken feasibility studies. Currently, the companies are in negotiation with the Ministry of Mines and for development licenses and they are expected to enter full capacity production by 2019

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  • Green Mining Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Green Mining Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Research and development of new green mining technology in the areas of processing, clean water, and energy efficiency will be continued Green Mining Initiative, 2011. For example, since the 1980s, Australia has been allocating millions of dollars towards mining research and this research has aided in the development of new, more efficient ...

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  • Managing mining for sustainable development

    Managing mining for sustainable development

    benefits from mining, working alongside the mining industry and local communities. Much of the available knowledge on social and environmental sustainability concerns related to mining is produced by and for the mining industry, while most available knowledge products for governments are focused on the economic governance of mining.

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  • PDF Rural Sociology ResearchGate

    PDF Rural Sociology ResearchGate

    Aug 31, 2017 Rural sociology forms the core of development sociology and many rural sociologists ... the mining-based economy Bakker 1987. ... In this study we examine how the agribusiness industry works

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