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Hyndman, D. C. (1998) Book Review: Coronel S. ed. Patrimony: 6 cases on Local Politics and Environment in the Philippines. Pilipinas, 30 Spring: 121-122. 36  
Hyndman, D. C. (1999) Book Review: Population Dynamics of a Philippine Rain Forest People: The San Idelfonso Agta by J. Early and T. Headland. Journal of Peasant Studies, 27 1: 156-158. 43   0
Hyndman, D. C. (1999) Comment on Bodley, Socioeconomic Growth, Culture Scale and Household Well-being. Current Anthropology, 40 5: 614-615. 44  
Hyndman, D. C. (2000) Dominant discourses of power relations and the Melanesian other: Interpreting the eroticized, effeminizing gaze in National Geographic. Cultural Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Folklore and Popular Culture, 1 15-33. 90  
Hyndman, D. C. (2002) Indigenous representation of the T'boli and the Tasaday lost tribe controversy in postcolonial Philippines: Interpreting the eroticised, effeminising gaze in National Geographic. Social Identities, 8 1: 45-66. doi:10.1080/13504630220132017 152   0
Hyndman, D. C. (2000) Postcolonial representation of Aboriginal Australian culture: Location past to location present in National Geographic. M/C: A Journal of Media & Culture, 3 2: 1-6. 85  
Hyndman, D. C. (2000) Rainforest cities: Urbanization, development and globalization of the Brazilian Amazon by J. Browder & B. Godfrey. Anthropological Forum, 10 2: 227-228. 100  
Hyndman, David (1999) The Ok Tedi Settlement: Issues, Outcomes and Implications.(Review). The Contemporary Pacific, 11 2 (Fall): 482-484. 63  
Hyndman, D (2007) The people of the sea: Environnient, identity, and history in Oceania. Oceania, 77 2: 251-252. 42   0
Hyndman, D. C. (2001). What goes around comes around: The emergence of ecocide and radical environmentalism in the OK Tedi Project. In J. Fitzpatrick (Ed.), Endangered Peoples of Oceania: Struggles to survive and thrive (pp. 137-152) Westport CT: Greenwood Press. 73