The Resource Aboriginal and native title issues, Justice Gray

Aboriginal and native title issues, Justice Gray

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Aboriginal and native title issues
Title
Aboriginal and native title issues
Statement of responsibility
Justice Gray
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the implications for the Anglo-Australian legal system of the official recognition that Australia is now a legally pluralist society, i.e. that the High Court has recognised that native title is an applicable aspect of Indigenous Australian law; author presents aspects of Aboriginal law based on his experiences working in the Northern Territory; concept of the Dreaming as the source of law; ceremony, song, dance and design as title deeds to land; knowledge as a source of power and entitlement; outlines some of the issues of conflict between Indigenous and Anglo-Australian law such as attitudes to written and spoken words, communication in courts, hearing and transcribing of restricted evidence
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Gray, Peter R. A
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Aboriginal Australians
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Aboriginal and native title issues, Justice Gray
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Publication
Extent
p. 5-13
Label
Aboriginal and native title issues, Justice Gray
Publication
Extent
p. 5-13

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