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Adversarial law and native title: : how legal models reconstitute persons and socialities, Gaynor Macdonald

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Adversarial law and native title: : how legal models reconstitute persons and socialities
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Adversarial law and native title:
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how legal models reconstitute persons and socialities
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Gaynor Macdonald
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Language
eng
Summary
Outlines the 1994 Native Title Act (NTA) which unlike the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NT) 1976 and the Aboriginal Land Rights Act (NSW) 1983 was designed to be played out within the Australian adversarial legal system; argues from a social rather than legal perspective, drawing on native title claims that the adversarial context in which the claims have been placed has had an unanticipated but debilitating effect on Aboriginal relationships; examines the adversarial in a cultural context; examines examples of the claims process; adversarial versus negotiated outcomes; reconstituting persons; alternatives to the adversarial systems
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Macdonald, Gaynor M.
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non fiction
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Adversarial law and native title: : how legal models reconstitute persons and socialities, Gaynor Macdonald
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 48
Issn
1443-2102
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Adversarial law and native title: : how legal models reconstitute persons and socialities, Gaynor Macdonald
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 48
Issn
1443-2102

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