The Resource Aspects of Aboriginal station management

Aspects of Aboriginal station management

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Aspects of Aboriginal station management
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Aspects of Aboriginal station management
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Study undertaken at Woodenbong Station, 1956-1960; p.1-7; Introduction, location, definitions; p.8-15; Section 1, History of settlement of upper reaches of Richmond & Clarence Rs p.16-22; Section 2, Language - Githebul dialect of Bandjalang, fluency, attitudes to use of language, corruption, use of English, lack of literacy; p.23-32; Section 3, Population origin of station population, population movement, age and sex groupings, caste; Aboriginal ancestry, racial origin of population, population forecast; p.32-39; Section 4, The land and the people, tribal lands, land rights of Bandjalang tribe, inheritance, clan countries of Gullyvul, Wurlavul, Githebul, Yugurabul and Yukumbear clans, affiliations of residents; p.40- 45; Section 5, Material culture, food, nutrition, housing, transportation, dress, real and personal property, standards of value and exchange, inheritance; p.55-60; Section 6, Employment, types available, degrees of skill, wages, treatment of and by employers; p.61-65; Section 7, Art and recreation, music, sport, card games; p.66-67; Section 8, The family, marriage and sex, traditional marriage customs, analysis of present marriages to show changes, family ties, kinship and avoidance relationships, control of children, sexual relations; p.78-82; Section 9, Kinship, links with other settlements at Guyra, Moree, Cherbourg and Taree; p.83-87; Section 10, Social groups and social control, clan groups, age and sex groups; p.88-90; Section 11, Totemism; p.91-93; Section 12, Mythology, spirit beliefs; p.94-98; Section 13, Secret life, clever men, magic; p.99-105; Section 14, Religion, Station Church, Pentecostalism, relationship between traditional beliefs and Christianity; p.106-108; Section 15, Death and burial rituals, orientation, mourning; p.109-116; Section [16], Attitudes, to Europeans, Station Manager, Aborigines Welfare Board, police, education; p.117-124; Section 17, Education, primary, secondary, attainments, adult education; p.125-146; Section 18, Administration, law, regulations, discipline, health & hygiene, management; p.147-151; Section 19, Assimilation; p.156-159; Section 20, The future, maintenance of group identity, solutions for housing & employment problems; Appendix I, Notes and reference for text; Appendix II, Brief details of informants; Appendix III, Sample geneacological table; Appendix IV, Additional material (genealogies, totemic sites); Appendix V, Photographs - cicatrization, shelter, physical appearance of part-Aborigines; Map shows Bandjalang tribal country
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Hausfeld, Russell Gordon
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M.A. Thesis - Sydney University
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Aspects of Aboriginal station management
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tbls.; diags.; map; photos; Restricted use
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M0043357
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159p., 100p.
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  • Open access - reading
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Label
Aspects of Aboriginal station management
Publication
Note
tbls.; diags.; map; photos; Restricted use
Control code
M0043357
Extent
159p., 100p.
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading
  • Open copying, closed quotation
  • Not for Inter-Library Loan
System control number
0052162

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