The Resource 'Do not shoot. I am a British Object' : anthropology, the law and native title, Mary Edmunds

'Do not shoot. I am a British Object' : anthropology, the law and native title, Mary Edmunds

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'Do not shoot. I am a British Object' : anthropology, the law and native title
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'Do not shoot. I am a British Object'
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anthropology, the law and native title
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Mary Edmunds
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses, clearly and concisely, the changes within the relationship of anthropological information and Anglo Australian law since the Land Rights Act (Northern Territory) 1976; "'Description and analysis of tribal law in foreign terms becomes difficult and dangerous to the extent that the anthropologist finds himself tempted (or obliged) to go beyond these categories which are recognised in the speech or action of the members of the society he is studying'"(p. 34); under the headings: 1. Anthropology and the law; 2. Aborigines and the law; 3. The Tribunal [NNTT]; 4. Other issues arising from the Act; Cites petinent cases Australia-wide; concludes with comments on the potential relationship with the NNTT
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1943-
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Edmunds, Mary
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no index present
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non fiction
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Australia.
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'Do not shoot. I am a British Object' : anthropology, the law and native title, Mary Edmunds
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 42
Label
'Do not shoot. I am a British Object' : anthropology, the law and native title, Mary Edmunds
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 42

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