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Whose ethics? which cultural contact? imagining Arrernte traditions today, Diane Austin-Broos

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Whose ethics? which cultural contact? imagining Arrernte traditions today
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Whose ethics? which cultural contact? imagining Arrernte traditions today
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Diane Austin-Broos
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eng
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Discusses contemporary Western Arrernte tradition through the themes of cultural negotiation of change, the imagination of community, historical position of authentic Arrernte tradition; representation of Arrernte lives and tradition through account of funeral ceremony - kinship, economic, political and religious negotiations; examines the relation between government social policy and tradition in the Western Arrernte - outstation movement and the conflicts of self-determination, kinship, education and economic limitations
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Austin-Broos, Diane J
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Whose ethics? which cultural contact? imagining Arrernte traditions today, Diane Austin-Broos
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.199-200
Extent
p.189-200
Label
Whose ethics? which cultural contact? imagining Arrernte traditions today, Diane Austin-Broos
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.199-200
Extent
p.189-200

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