The Resource Aboriginal customary law : a general regime for recognition, paper prepared by J. R. Crawford

Aboriginal customary law : a general regime for recognition, paper prepared by J. R. Crawford

Label
Aboriginal customary law : a general regime for recognition
Title
Aboriginal customary law
Title remainder
a general regime for recognition
Statement of responsibility
paper prepared by J. R. Crawford
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Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
WU
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Crawford, J. R
Dewey number
340.52/94
Government publication
federal national government publication
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Australia
Series statement
Reference on Aboriginal customary law research paper
Series volume
no. 8
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Customary law
Label
Aboriginal customary law : a general regime for recognition, paper prepared by J. R. Crawford
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"December 1982"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- The recognition of Aboriginal customary law -- General considerations : Arguments for the recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Aboriginal customary law as a continuing aspect of traditional culture and belief -- Consequences of non-recognition -- The maintenance of order -- Compensation for Aborigines -- The intrinsic merits of recognition -- Recognition as an exercise of Aboriginal self-management or self-determination -- Other arguments -- Arguments against the recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Secret aspects of Aboriginal customary law -- Loss of control over the law -- The preservation of human rights : Unacceptable rules and punishments -- The position of women -- Equality, discrimination and legal pluralism -- Synthetic customary law -- The decline of customary law -- The geographical restriction of customary law : The differing extent of Aboriginal customary law in fact -- The application of the Commission's tentative proposals in different areas -- Difficulties resulting from the disruption of Aboriginal communities -- Problems of definition -- The direction of Australian policy towards Aborigines -- A general regime for recognition of Aboriginal customary law : The ambiguity of "recognition" -- A scheme of functional recognition : Outline for a report : The continued application of the general law -- Areas for recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Cultural sensitivity in the application of existing rules -- Recognition as a remedy -- General forms of protection -- New machinery -- Modifications of rules of evidence and procedure -- Consequential matters : community-police relations -- Education -- Resources -- Oversight and implementation -- The duration of the scheme
Control code
000002462392
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vii, 51 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 1 and 2 and 3 - donation from ATSIC Library.
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
Aboriginal customary law : a general regime for recognition, paper prepared by J. R. Crawford
Publication
Note
"December 1982"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- The recognition of Aboriginal customary law -- General considerations : Arguments for the recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Aboriginal customary law as a continuing aspect of traditional culture and belief -- Consequences of non-recognition -- The maintenance of order -- Compensation for Aborigines -- The intrinsic merits of recognition -- Recognition as an exercise of Aboriginal self-management or self-determination -- Other arguments -- Arguments against the recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Secret aspects of Aboriginal customary law -- Loss of control over the law -- The preservation of human rights : Unacceptable rules and punishments -- The position of women -- Equality, discrimination and legal pluralism -- Synthetic customary law -- The decline of customary law -- The geographical restriction of customary law : The differing extent of Aboriginal customary law in fact -- The application of the Commission's tentative proposals in different areas -- Difficulties resulting from the disruption of Aboriginal communities -- Problems of definition -- The direction of Australian policy towards Aborigines -- A general regime for recognition of Aboriginal customary law : The ambiguity of "recognition" -- A scheme of functional recognition : Outline for a report : The continued application of the general law -- Areas for recognition of Aboriginal customary law : Cultural sensitivity in the application of existing rules -- Recognition as a remedy -- General forms of protection -- New machinery -- Modifications of rules of evidence and procedure -- Consequential matters : community-police relations -- Education -- Resources -- Oversight and implementation -- The duration of the scheme
Control code
000002462392
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
vii, 51 pages
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 1 and 2 and 3 - donation from ATSIC Library.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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