The Resource Land rights - the religious factor

Land rights - the religious factor

Label
Land rights - the religious factor
Title
Land rights - the religious factor
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Argues for greater recognition of the relationship between Aboriginal society and land; suggests that links based on purely religious, economic or political considerations are restrictive and limit the recognition of Aboriginal capacity for self-determination; change in ritual and its relation to social change - Stanner's observations of initiation at Daly River and Peppiminarti; assimilation and self-determination; relationship to land as revealed in land rights legislation - Daly River Land Claim, Coronation Hill dispute; relation to land as seen in terra nullius and native title; social breakdown and the problems and potentials facing Aboriginal customary law; race relations - beliefs, attitudes and stereotypes
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1954-
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Brennan, Frank
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Stanner, W. E. H.
Label
Land rights - the religious factor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Charles Strong Memorial Lecture
Extent
p.142-175
Label
Land rights - the religious factor
Publication
Note
Charles Strong Memorial Lecture
Extent
p.142-175

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