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Anthropology in the native title era : proceedings of a workshop / editors : Jim Fingleton and Julie Finlayson.

By: Fingleton, James Street
Contributor(s): Finlayson, Julie | Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. Native Title Research Unit | Australian Anthropological Society
Language: English Publisher: Canberra : Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 1995.Description: x, 156p. ; 25cm.ISBN: 0855752831
Contents:
Contents: Atomism versus collectivism / Peter Sutton; "Peoples", "islands" and succession / Nicolas Peterson; Tribes, diaspora people and the vitality of law and custom / B. Rigsby; A claimant-led recovery? / David Martin; Anthropological ethics for the native title era / Deborah Bird Rose; Some ethical issues for representative bodies and anthropologists working together / S. Woenne-Green; Some possibilities of native title for the Ngaanyatjarra people of the Western Desert / David Brooks; "Less than a freehold?" / J. Fingleton; Role of the Research Unit in the National Native Title Tribunal / F. McKeown; Mediation of claimant applications under The Native Title Act 1993 / Simon Nish; Problems of mediation in the National Native Title Tribunal / Patrick Sullivan; Requirements and problems of the claim process / J. Finlayson; "Eddie Mabo was just a man": native title in the Ngaanyatjarra area / Jan Turner; The N.B. Tindale Collection at the South Australian Museum / Tom Gara; Knowledge, revelation and discourse in Papua New Guinea and Australia / James Weiner.
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Workshop "conducted by the Australian Anthropological Society and the Native Titles Research Unit, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at Macintosh Room, Canberra, 14-15 February 1995."

Includes footnotes.

Contents: Atomism versus collectivism / Peter Sutton; "Peoples", "islands" and succession / Nicolas Peterson; Tribes, diaspora people and the vitality of law and custom / B. Rigsby; A claimant-led recovery? / David Martin; Anthropological ethics for the native title era / Deborah Bird Rose; Some ethical issues for representative bodies and anthropologists working together / S. Woenne-Green; Some possibilities of native title for the Ngaanyatjarra people of the Western Desert / David Brooks; "Less than a freehold?" / J. Fingleton; Role of the Research Unit in the National Native Title Tribunal / F. McKeown; Mediation of claimant applications under The Native Title Act 1993 / Simon Nish; Problems of mediation in the National Native Title Tribunal / Patrick Sullivan; Requirements and problems of the claim process / J. Finlayson; "Eddie Mabo was just a man": native title in the Ngaanyatjarra area / Jan Turner; The N.B. Tindale Collection at the South Australian Museum / Tom Gara; Knowledge, revelation and discourse in Papua New Guinea and Australia / James Weiner.