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Aboriginal News - Australia. Reporting about whats reported about Australia's First Nations peoples. Yolngu clans and Aboriginal organisations raised concerns that, if passed, the bill would criminalise an essential aspect of Yolngu society.
Social Organization in Aboriginal Australia. The eight-class system and relationship terminology of some of the Aboriginal peoples to the south of the Miwuyt ("Murngin") are examined, with a view to other Arnhem Land patterns of social classification. The class system is employed in Aranda fashion. This work deals with certain aspects of the social organization of the Aborigines of northeast Arnhem Land, Northern Territory - the people Lloyd Warner (1930-31 1937) called "Murngin. It is not primarily directed at resolving any of the narrower issues of the 11 Mur ng in Controversy (Leach 196lb:68j see esp.
Silberbauer, G. 1981, Hunter and Habitat in the Central Kalahari Desert, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Speiss, . 1982, Arctic Garbage and New England Paleoindians: The Single Occupation Option. Cite this chapter as: Gargett . Hayden B. (1991) Site Structure, Kinship, and Sharing in Aboriginal Australia. eds) The Interpretation of Archaeological Spatial Patterning. Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology.
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