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by Sally Babidge

Author: Sally Babidge
Subcategory: Administrative Law
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (January 28, 2010)
Pages: 292 pages
Category: Law
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Aboriginal Family and the State examines the contemporary relations and history of Indigenous families in Australia, specifically referencing issues of government control and recent official recognition of Aboriginal 'traditional owners'.

Aboriginal Family and the State examines the contemporary relations and history of Indigenous families in Australia, specifically referencing issues of government control and recent official recognition of Aboriginal 'traditional owners'. The Anthropology of Morality in Melanesia and Beyond. The Anthropology of Morality in Melanesia and Beyond examines how Melanesians experience and deal with moral.

This volume explores the conditions affecting the formation of 'family' among indigenous people in rural northern Australia, as well as the . Sally Babidge is a Lecturer in Anthropology at The University of Queensland, Australia.

This volume explores the conditions affecting the formation of 'family' among indigenous people in rural northern Australia, as well as the contingencies of 'family' in the legal and political context of contemporary indigenous claims to land.

Sally Babidge November 16, 2016. Aboriginal Family and the State examines the contemporary relations and history of Indigenous families in Australia, specifically referencing issues of government control and recent official recognition of Aboriginal 'traditional owners'. Aboriginal Family and the State examines the contemporary relations and history of Indigenous families in Australia, specifically referencing issues of government control and recent official recognition of Aboriginal 'traditional owners' 1.

Since 1977 the journal Aboriginal History has pioneered interdisciplinary . Subjects: Anthropology, History, History, Social Sciences. Aboriginal Family and the State: The Conditions of History by Sally Babidge (pp. 233-236).

Since 1977 the journal Aboriginal History has pioneered interdisciplinary historical studies of Australian Aboriginal people’s and Torres Strait Islander’s inte. Collections: Arts & Sciences XIV Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection. The Secret War: A True History of Queensland's Native Police by Jonathan Richards.

the conditions of history. Includes bibliographical references and index.

The history of the family is a branch of social history that concerns the sociocultural evolution of kinship groups from prehistoric to modern times. The family has a universal and basic role in all societies

The history of the family is a branch of social history that concerns the sociocultural evolution of kinship groups from prehistoric to modern times. The family has a universal and basic role in all societies.

Title: Aboriginal family and the state : the conditions of history, Sally .

Title: Aboriginal family and the state : the conditions of history, Sally Babidge. Publication info: Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate, c2010. Physical descrip: xix, 269 p. : il. maps ; 24 cm. Series: (Anthropology and cultural history in Asia and the Indo-Pacific) Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Publication info: Thuringowa, Qld. : Black Ink Press, 2007.

Aboriginal cultural history

Aboriginal cultural history. To appreciate the contemporary realities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, their cultural ways of life need to be understood. History The Torres Strait itself bears the name of the Spanish explorer Luis Vaez de Torres, who travelled through the area in 1606. Military analyses of frontier warfare between Aboriginal people and the British (Conner, 2002) have been complemented by local histories with an Aboriginal perspective such as the work of Howard Pedersen and Banjo Woorunmurra (1995), JandamarraandtheBunubaResistance.

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Aboriginal Family and the State examines the contemporary relations and history of Indigenous families in Australia, specifically referencing issues of government control and recent official recognition of Aboriginal 'traditional owners'. Drawing on detailed empirical research, it develops a discussion of the anthropological issues of kinship and relatedness within colonial and 'postcolonial' contexts. This volume explores the conditions affecting the formation of 'family' among indigenous people in rural northern Australia, as well as the contingencies of 'family' in the legal and political context of contemporary indigenous claims to land. With a rich discussion of the production, practice and inscription of social relations, this volume examines everyday expressions of 'family', and events such as meetings and funerals, demonstrating that kinship is formed and reformed through a complicated social practice of competing demands on identity.