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Bandjalang social organisation / Malcolm J. C. Calley

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Bandjalang social organisation / Malcolm J. C. Calley
Title
Bandjalang social organisation / Malcolm J. C. Calley
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Summary
Bandjalang tribe as a social unit, major internal subdivisions, population movements, contacts before and after the arrival of Europeans; Relations with the white group; Clan as a local marriage group; a religious group; Local grouping today, gossip groups, activities; Kinship - terminology, behaviour, sections; Indigenous marriage; Detailed account of the Pentecostal cult; Marital status of females, stability of marriage, extra - and intraclan marriages; List of clans; Abortion & miscarriage, warfare; Lists 8 clans of Chapara (quotes Howitt) - Murrgarkabulta, Munnadali, Kutibal, Yungurpan, Birrin, Burginmeri, Chermanpura; Author knows Munnadali, Birrin, Kutibal only, suggests others may be place names; Table showing locality, clan name, dialect, main surnames of today; Short lists of words in dialects with English equivalent; Magic - love magic, special womens magic; Warfare; Assimilation policy, population on stations; Paper shows why Bandjalang have remained an unassimilated minority & effect of white contact on their social organization; Maps show tribal territories in area and clan territories; Field work at Tabulam and Woodenbong
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Calley, Malcolm John Chalmers
Dissertation note
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Sydney. 1959
Label
Bandjalang social organisation / Malcolm J. C. Calley
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes tables; Typescript (photocopy)
  • See als microfilm version at MF 12
Bibliography note
Bibliography; leaves xxv-xxxi
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 1: The Bandjalang tribe and its neighbours: introduction; The tribe as a social unit; Major internal sub-divisions; Population movements and social change; Contacts before the arrival of Europeans; Contacts since the arrival of Europeans; Conclusions -- Ch. 2: Relations with the white group: introduction; The Aborigines and the law; The white communities; The white reaction to the Aborigines; Behaviour patterns of the white group and the stereotypes; The Aborigines' reaction to rejection; Conclusions -- Ch. 3: The clan : The clans of the Bandjalang; The clan as a local marriage group; The clan as a religious group; The clan as a local group today; The clan as a kin group today; Clan religion today; The loss of political function; Conclusions : the changing clan -- Ch. 4: The station: introduction, the Bandjalang stations today; The development of the station community; Gossip groups and social control; Station solidarity; Other group activities; The distribution of wealth -- Ch. 5: Kinship: Introduction; Bandjalang kinship terminology; Kinship and behaviour; Sections and the Bandjalang kinship and European contact; Kinship and changing social groups -- Ch. 6: The family and associated social groups: Indigenous marriage; The position of women under the old rule; Marriage today; The position of women in modern communities; The development of the family; Adoption of children; The household -- Ch. 7: The Pentecostal cult: historical; The Christian congregations; The relations of the Christians to the followers of the old rule; The cult and the middle category; Recruitment; Regular activation of the cult; Internal organisation; Festival activation; The Pentecostal cult and the exclusion of Aborigines by Europeans -- Ch. 8: Conclusions -- Appendix: Field techniques and problems: general; Specific problems; Choice of informants; Interview techniques; Conclusions -- Glossary: Bandjalung words used in the text -- Maps: Tribal distribution, North-Eastern New South Wales and Southern Queensland; Southern and Central Bandjalang clans
Control code
M0068137
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
254, xxxi leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
0004628
Label
Bandjalang social organisation / Malcolm J. C. Calley
Publication
Note
  • Includes tables; Typescript (photocopy)
  • See als microfilm version at MF 12
Bibliography note
Bibliography; leaves xxv-xxxi
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Ch. 1: The Bandjalang tribe and its neighbours: introduction; The tribe as a social unit; Major internal sub-divisions; Population movements and social change; Contacts before the arrival of Europeans; Contacts since the arrival of Europeans; Conclusions -- Ch. 2: Relations with the white group: introduction; The Aborigines and the law; The white communities; The white reaction to the Aborigines; Behaviour patterns of the white group and the stereotypes; The Aborigines' reaction to rejection; Conclusions -- Ch. 3: The clan : The clans of the Bandjalang; The clan as a local marriage group; The clan as a religious group; The clan as a local group today; The clan as a kin group today; Clan religion today; The loss of political function; Conclusions : the changing clan -- Ch. 4: The station: introduction, the Bandjalang stations today; The development of the station community; Gossip groups and social control; Station solidarity; Other group activities; The distribution of wealth -- Ch. 5: Kinship: Introduction; Bandjalang kinship terminology; Kinship and behaviour; Sections and the Bandjalang kinship and European contact; Kinship and changing social groups -- Ch. 6: The family and associated social groups: Indigenous marriage; The position of women under the old rule; Marriage today; The position of women in modern communities; The development of the family; Adoption of children; The household -- Ch. 7: The Pentecostal cult: historical; The Christian congregations; The relations of the Christians to the followers of the old rule; The cult and the middle category; Recruitment; Regular activation of the cult; Internal organisation; Festival activation; The Pentecostal cult and the exclusion of Aborigines by Europeans -- Ch. 8: Conclusions -- Appendix: Field techniques and problems: general; Specific problems; Choice of informants; Interview techniques; Conclusions -- Glossary: Bandjalung words used in the text -- Maps: Tribal distribution, North-Eastern New South Wales and Southern Queensland; Southern and Central Bandjalang clans
Control code
M0068137
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
254, xxxi leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Partial copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
0004628

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