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Ecological Consequences of Social Change
1992 Ecological Approaches to Rural Development. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Forest Biology and Conservation in Borneo, July 30 - August 3, 1990, edited by Ghazally Ismail, Murtedza Mohamed, and Siraj Omar. Center for Borneo Studies Publication No. 2. Kota Kinabalu: Yayasan Sabah.
1994 Declining Health Status as an Indicator of Human Rights Violations in Development and Planned Social Change. Working Paper 12. Phillips, ME: Social Transformation and Adaptation Research Institute.
1997 The Ecological and Social Consequences of Conversion to Christianity Among the Rungus Dusun of Sabah, Malaysia. In Sociocultural Change, Development and Indigenous Peoples, edited by Tan Chee-Beng. Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography No. 11:61-99.
n.d. Dismantling the Cultural Ecosystem of the Rungus of Sabah, Malaysia: A History of How the Ideology of Western Institutions Led to the Destruction of of a Borneo Environment. To appear in Environmental Change in the Native and Colonial Histories of Borneo: Lessons from the Past, Prospects for the Future, Reed Wadley, ed.