The Resource Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition

Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition

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Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition
Title
Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition
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Subject
Summary
Focuses on traditional basis for contemporary behaviour patterns; political order operating among Christians, lawkeepers, mission staff and Aboriginal Movement for Outback Survival; discusses Mount Margaret history, demography; regional affiliation by birth, language, traditional country; settlement pattern, housing type, conventional, transitional, wiltja, windbreaks; social structure, generation, moiety, section system, marriage patterns, arranged, irregular, wrong; family units; hunting and gathering, schooling; religious life, access to traditional land, syncretism; ritual activity, prominence of men versus women; conception, pregnancy, birth, naming; initiation; old age, ritual authority, economic independence; death, funeral, mourning; sorcery; leadership and authority, ritual and economic control, group boundaries, reciprocity and obligation, the mob, bosses, patronage and brokerage; car and gun ownership, maintenance, purchase, licensing; Christianity versus the law; drinking patterns, management and control
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1950-
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Stanton, J. E.
Dissertation note
Ph.D. Thesis - University of Western Australia, Nedlands, W.A.
Label
Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition
Instantiates
Publication
Note
bibl.; diags.; maps; col. pls.; tbls
Control code
M0047642
Extent
389 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Copying permitted for private study. Open access & use - communities. Restrictions to remain in place until 2016. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0068285
Label
Conflict, change and stability at Mt. Margaret : an Aboriginal community in transition
Publication
Note
bibl.; diags.; maps; col. pls.; tbls
Control code
M0047642
Extent
389 l.
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Copying permitted for private study. Open access & use - communities. Restrictions to remain in place until 2016. Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0068285

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