The Resource 'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton, James F. Weiner

'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton, James F. Weiner

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'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton
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'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton
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James F. Weiner
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eng
Summary
Examines the relevance of Brunton's work on Melanesian religion to the contemporary function of Ngarrindjerri religious knowledge in the Hindmarsh Island dispute; comparison with the Coronation Hill dispute; argues for the interdependence of 'traditional' and 'modern, in the presentation and interaction of Aboriginal religious beliefs with external interests; discusses the role of anthropology in such disputes; land rights - disputes, claims and cases - Hindmarsh Island, Coronation Hill; world view and value system; religion - traditional - general; politics, tribal law and social control - traditional and change general; philosophies and methods
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Weiner, James F
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non fiction
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Brunton, Ron
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'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton, James F. Weiner
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'Bad Aboriginal' anthropology: a reply to Ron Brunton, James F. Weiner
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