Politics, protest and performativity: The Broome community’s ‘No Gas on the Kimberly Coast’ campaign

Kathie Muir’s case study focuses on the community campaign against the proposed gas hub development over the 2011 to mid-2012 period. In particular, it considers some of the means through which the various strands of opposition have woven an effective and coherent campaign with miniscule resources, the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous opponents, and the repertoires of contention they have adopted.

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