The Resource Lightning strikes twice: : conflicts in perception of painted images, Ken Mulvaney, Jerry Jones

Lightning strikes twice: : conflicts in perception of painted images, Ken Mulvaney, Jerry Jones

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Lightning strikes twice: : conflicts in perception of painted images
Title
Lightning strikes twice:
Title remainder
conflicts in perception of painted images
Statement of responsibility
Ken Mulvaney, Jerry Jones
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Language
eng
Summary
Development of Indigenous cultural contexts, heritage and tourism; cultural complexity of heritage tourism and rock art examined in the case of an Indigenous tourist enterprise - Jankangyina Tours; significance of Lightning figures in the Victoria River District rock art; outlines the resolution of ownership issues within the regional Indigenous community
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1959-
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Mulvaney, Ken
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Jones, Jerry
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Harney, Bill
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Lightning strikes twice: : conflicts in perception of painted images, Ken Mulvaney, Jerry Jones
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.33-34
Extent
p.27-34
Label
Lightning strikes twice: : conflicts in perception of painted images, Ken Mulvaney, Jerry Jones
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.33-34
Extent
p.27-34

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