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"They should come and talk" : Aboriginal perspectives on commercial kangaroo harvest in South Australia, Jocelyn Davies...[et al.]

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"They should come and talk" : Aboriginal perspectives on commercial kangaroo harvest in South Australia
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"They should come and talk"
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Aboriginal perspectives on commercial kangaroo harvest in South Australia
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Jocelyn Davies...[et al.]
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eng
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Davies, Jocelyn
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  • Kangaroo hunting
  • Wildlife resources
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"They should come and talk" : Aboriginal perspectives on commercial kangaroo harvest in South Australia, Jocelyn Davies...[et al.]
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  • April 2004
  • "Jocelyn Davies, Dana Thomsen, Kado Muir and Yami Lester"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 60-63
Contents
Commercial harvest of kangaroos : Indigenous involvement in commercial wildlife management -- Aims and methods -- Tjamu way: perspectives from the Western Desert cultural region: explaining the significance of malu, conflict between customary law and commercial harvest, Anagu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands perspective, customary law for hunting and cooking malu, health, social and cultural benefits from malu, Anangu rights & interests in malu, Anangu access to malu; attitude to government kangaroo management and commercial harvest, kangaroo management on an Aboriginal owned pastoral lease -- Adnyamathanha perspectives from the Northern Flinders ranges: cultural association with kangaroo, hunting red kangaroo and euro, rights and interests in native species, protection of important country, industry involvement -- Discussion: influences on Aboriginal perspectives about commercial kangaroo harvest; Implications for the commercial kangaroo industry
Extent
viii, 78 leaves
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Open access - reading. Closed copying & limited use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Jocelyn Davies;
Other physical details
col. ill., col. maps
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MAR05/117
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"They should come and talk" : Aboriginal perspectives on commercial kangaroo harvest in South Australia, Jocelyn Davies...[et al.]
Publication
Note
  • April 2004
  • "Jocelyn Davies, Dana Thomsen, Kado Muir and Yami Lester"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : p. 60-63
Contents
Commercial harvest of kangaroos : Indigenous involvement in commercial wildlife management -- Aims and methods -- Tjamu way: perspectives from the Western Desert cultural region: explaining the significance of malu, conflict between customary law and commercial harvest, Anagu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands perspective, customary law for hunting and cooking malu, health, social and cultural benefits from malu, Anangu rights & interests in malu, Anangu access to malu; attitude to government kangaroo management and commercial harvest, kangaroo management on an Aboriginal owned pastoral lease -- Adnyamathanha perspectives from the Northern Flinders ranges: cultural association with kangaroo, hunting red kangaroo and euro, rights and interests in native species, protection of important country, industry involvement -- Discussion: influences on Aboriginal perspectives about commercial kangaroo harvest; Implications for the commercial kangaroo industry
Extent
viii, 78 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Closed copying & limited use. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Immediate source of acquisition
Jocelyn Davies;
Other physical details
col. ill., col. maps
Stock number
MAR05/117

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