The Resource 'Sticking up for the land' : Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent

'Sticking up for the land' : Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent

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'Sticking up for the land' : Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent
Title
'Sticking up for the land'
Title remainder
Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses native title cases in context of social and emotional effects on Indigenous communities involved; social phenomenon of drawing from anthropology records to attend to native title claims; case study on Aboriginal community (Kokatha people) experiences and perspectives of native title case in Ceduna, South Australia; communities' conflict of interest in amalgamation for native title case and working with mining companies
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Vincent, Eve
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  • Australia.
  • Rockhole Recovery
  • Aunty Joan Mob
Label
'Sticking up for the land' : Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent
Link
https://www.academia.edu/4382875/Sticking_up_for_the_land_Aboriginality_mining_and_the_lived_effects_of_native_title
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Publication
Note
The term 'Aunty Joan Mob' has been articulated by the author in relation to members of a highly politicised Aboriginal grouping from Ceduna, South Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 171-174
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  • online resource
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rdacarrier
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text
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rdacontent
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  • unmediated
  • computer
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Label
'Sticking up for the land' : Aboriginality, mining and the lived effects of native title /cEve Vincent
Link
https://www.academia.edu/4382875/Sticking_up_for_the_land_Aboriginality_mining_and_the_lived_effects_of_native_title
Publication
Note
The term 'Aunty Joan Mob' has been articulated by the author in relation to members of a highly politicised Aboriginal grouping from Ceduna, South Australia
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 171-174
Carrier category
  • volume
  • online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Media category
  • unmediated
  • computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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