The Resource 'When you have no law you are nothing': : Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues, Kathryn A. Seton & John J. Bradley

'When you have no law you are nothing': : Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues, Kathryn A. Seton & John J. Bradley

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'When you have no law you are nothing': : Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues
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'When you have no law you are nothing':
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Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues
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Kathryn A. Seton & John J. Bradley
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eng
Summary
Discusses the impact of cane toads in the McArthur River region, NT and its relation to Yanyuwa environmental use and knowledge; relationship to land - attitude to introduced species; tabulation of Yanyuwa land management strategies; interaction of Western perceptions of the environment and Aboriginal traditions; argues for the need to include Aboriginal cultural values and knowledge into environmental management - moral ecology; meaningfulness of Yanyuwa relationships to land
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Seton, Kathryn A
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no index present
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non fiction
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1959-
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Bradley, John
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'When you have no law you are nothing': : Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues, Kathryn A. Seton & John J. Bradley
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Bibliography: p.221-225
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p. [205]-225
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'When you have no law you are nothing': : Cane Toads, social consequences and management issues, Kathryn A. Seton & John J. Bradley
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.221-225
Extent
p. [205]-225

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