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Trigger, David, Keenan, Julia, de Rijke, Kim and Rifkin, Will (2014) Aboriginal engagement and agreement-making with a rapidly developing resource industry: coal seam gas development in Australia. The Extractive Industries and Society, 1 2: 176-188. doi:10.1016/j.exis.2014.08.001 97 6 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 1
Trigger, David S. (2000). Aboriginal responses to mining in Australia: economic aspirations, cultural revival and the politics of indigenous protest. In Peter P. Schweitzer, Megan Biesele and Robert K. Hitchcock (Ed.), Hunters and Gatherers in the modern world: conflict, resistance and self-determination (pp. 192-205) New York, USA: Berghahn Books. 53  
Trigger, David (1980) Aborigines, anthropologists and the Aboriginal relics issue in Queensland. Occasional Papers in Anthropology, 10 148-154. 28  
Trigger, D. and R. Blowes (2001) Anthropologists, lawyers and issues for expert witnesses: native title claims in Australia. Practicing Anthropology, 23 1: 15-20. 26  
Trigger, David (2010). Anthropology and native title: Issues of method, claim group membership and research capacity. In Toni Bauman (Ed.), Dilemmas in applied native title anthropology in Australia (pp. 147-159) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. 169 2
Trigger, David (2011). Anthropology and the resolution of native title claims: Presentation to the Federal Court Judicial Education Forum. In Toni Bauman and Gaynor Macdonald (Ed.), Unsettling anthropology: The demands of native title on worn concepts and changing lives (pp. 142-149) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. 95 5
Trigger, David (2004). Anthropology in native title court cases: 'Mere pleading, expert opinion, or hearsay'. In Sandy Toussaint (Ed.), Crossing boundaries: Cultural, legal, historical and practice issues in native title (pp. 24-33) Carlton, Vic., Australia: Melbourne University Publishing. 216 3
Trigger, David (2011) Anthropology pure and profane: The politics of applied research in Aboriginal Australia. Anthropological Forum, 21 3: 233-255. doi:10.1080/00664677.2011.617675 94   8 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Robins, Richard and Trigger, David (1989) A recent phase of Aboriginal occupation in Lawn Hill Gorge: a case study in ethnoarchaeology. Australian Archaeology, 29: 39-51. 23  
Baldassar, L. and Trigger, D. (2001). Australia. In M. Ember and C. Ember (Ed.), Encyclopedia of national cultures (pp. 112-126) Australia: Macmillan Publishing. 20  
Trigger, David S. (1993) Australian cultural studies: radical critique or vacuous posturing?. Anthropological Forum, 6 4: 607-613. doi:10.1080/00664677.1993.9967436 12   0
Ulm, Sean, O'Brien, Susan, Trigger, David and Williams, Michael (2010) Berajondo and Mill Point: remembering place and landscape. Queensland Historical Atlas: Histories, Cultures, Landscapes, 2009-2010 . 111 18
Trigger, David S. (1986) Blackfellas and Whitefellas: the concepts of domain and social closure in the analysis of race relations. Mankind, 16 2: 99-117. doi:10.1111/j.1835-9310.1986.tb00747.x 37   13 0
Trigger, David S. (1981) Blackfellows, whitefellows and head lice. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies Newsletter, 15: 63-72. 48 44
Trigger, David S. and Asche, Wendy (2010) Christianity, cultural change and the negotiation of rights in land and sea. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 21 1: 90-109. doi:10.1111/j.1757-6547.2010.00069.x 91 1 4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Trigger, David S. (1988). Christianity, domination and resistance in colonial social relations: the case of Doomadgee, Northwest Queensland. In Tony Swain and Deborah Bird Rose (Ed.), Aboriginal Australians and Christian missions : ethnographic and historical studies (pp. 213-235) Bedford Park, SA, Australia: Australian Association for the Study of Religions. 64  
Trigger, David (1998). Citizenship and indigenous responses to mining in the Gulf Country. In Nicolas Peterson and Will Sanders (Ed.), Citizenship and indigenous Australians: changing conceptions and possibilities (pp. 154-166) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 28  
Trigger, D. (1996) Contesting ideologies of natural resource development in British Columbia, Canada. Culture, 16 1: 55-69. 28  
Head, Lesley, Trigger, David and Mulcock, Jane (2005) Culture as concept and influence in environmental research and management. Conservation and Society, 3 2: 251-264. 54  
Trigger, David S. (1985). Doomadgee : a study of power relations and social action in a north Australian Aboriginal settlement PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 387 1470
Trigger, D., Mulcock, J., Gaynor, A. and Toussaint, Y. (2008) Ecological restoration, cultural preferences and the negotiation of 'nativeness' in Australia. Geoforum, 39 3: 1273-1283. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2007.05.010 194   25 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 3
Trigger, David S., Toussaint, Yann and Mulcock, Jane (2010) Ecological restoration in Australia: Environmental discourses, landscape ideals, and the significance of human agency. Society & Natural Resources, 23 11: 1060-1074. doi:10.1080/08941920903232902 178 1 7 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Mulcock, J. and Trigger, D. (2008). Ecology and Identity: A Comparative Perspective on the Negotiation of "Nativeness". In Dan Wylie (Ed.), TOXIC BELONGING? Identity and Ecology in southern Africa 1st ed. (pp. 178-198) Newcastle UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 170 1
Peace, Adrian, Connor, Linda H. and Trigger, David (2012) Environmentalism, culture, ethnography. Oceania, 82 3: 217-227. 61   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Trigger, David (1988) Equality and hierarchy in Aboriginal political life at Doomadgee, northwest Queensland. Anthropological Forum, 5 4: 524-544. doi:10.1080/00664677.1988.9967386 15   0
Trigger, David (2014) Ethics and politics. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 25 3: 386-388. doi:10.1111/taja.12109_7 17   0 0
Trigger, David S. (1995) "Everyone's agreed, the West is all you need': ideology, media and Aboriginality in Western Australia. Media Information Australia, 75: 102-122. 32  
Trigger, David, Martin, David, Memmott, Paul, Winn, Phllip, Burke, Paul, Peterson, Nicolas, Veth, Peter, Holcombe, Sarah and Palmer, Kingsley (2013). Forensic social anthropology. In Ian R. Freckelton and Hugh Selby (Ed.), Expert Evidence: Law, Practice, Procedure and Advocacy 5th ed. (pp. 36.51-36.9058) Pyrmont, NSW, Australia: Thomson Reuters. 83 22
Trigger, David and Mulcock, Jane (2005) Forests as spiritually significant places: nature, culture and `belonging' in Australia. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 16 3: 306-320. doi:10.1111/j.1835-9310.2005.tb00313.x 129 6 Cited 17 times in Scopus17 0
de Rijke, Kim, Trigger, David and Sneddon, Andrew (2012) Gaangalu Nation Native Title Claim: application report. Final report (No. QUD400/2012) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: UniQuest 94 2
Trigger, David (2012) Gangalidda and Garawa People #2 (No: QUD66/2005) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: UniQuest 49 1
Martin, Richard, Trigger, David and Maclean, Hilda (2013) Ganggalida eastern area report St Lucia, QLD, Australia: UQ Culture & Heritage Unit, UniQuest 93 2
Toussaint, S., Tonkinson, M. and Trigger, D. (2001). Gendered landscapes: the politics and processes of inquiry and of negotiating interests in land. In Peggy Brock (Ed.), Words and silences: Aboriginal women, politics and land (pp. 157-174) Sydney, Australia: Allen & Unwin. 18  
Trigger, David S. (1999). Hunter-gatherer peoples and nation-states. In Richard Daly and Richard Lee (Ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers (pp. 473-479) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 24  
Trigger, David and Hiley, Graham (2008) Improving capacity in Native Title research. St. Lucia, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, Anthropology Program, School of Social Science. 205 723
Trigger, David and Wahsalfelah, Siti Norkhalbi binti Haji (2011) Indegeneity in society and nature: the ambiguous case of Brunei. Janang: Jurnal Akademi Pengajian Brunei, 1 12: 74-90. 57  
Trigger, D. (2008) Indigeneity, ferality, and what 'belongs' in the Australian bush: Aboriginal responses to 'introduced' animals and plants in a settler-descendant society. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 14 3: 628-646. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9655.2008.00521.x 132 5 17 Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Trigger, D. (1987) Inland, coast and islands: traditional Aboriginal society and material culture in a region of the southern Gulf of Carpentaria. Records of the South Australian Museum, 21 2: 69-84. 31  
Trigger, David (2011) Interventions. Australian Book Review, 328: 62-63. 92 148
Trigger, David S. (2003). Introduction: Disputed territories: Land, culture and identity. In David Trigger and Gareth Griffiths (Ed.), Disputed Territories: land, culture and identity in settler societies (pp. 1-28) Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. 95  
Trigger, David S. (1978). Jewish identity in Brisbane: the youth Honours Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 159 559
Trigger, David (1996). Kinship, land rights & Aboriginal culture in Australia. In Michael C. Howard (Ed.), Contemporary Cultural Anthropology 5 ed. (pp. 184-186) New York, United States: Haper Collins. 25  
Trigger, David S. (1997) Land rights and the reproduction of Aboriginal culture in Australia's Gulf Country. Social Analysis, 41 3: 84-106. 18  
Triigger, D. (1983). Land rights legislation in Queensland: the issue of historical association. In Nicolas Peterson and Marcia Langton (Ed.), Aborigines, land and land rights (pp. 192-201) Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. 23  
Trigger, David S. (2003) Language, Culture and Science: Reflections on the Work of George Seddon. Thesis Eleven, 74 1: 89-104. doi:10.1177/07255136030741007 59   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Trigger, D. S. (1987) Languages, linguistic groups and status relations at Doomadgee, an Aboriginal settlement in northwest Queensland, Australia. Oceania, 57 3: 217-238. 35   6
Trigger, D. (2002). Large-scale mining in Aboriginal Australia: cultural dispositions & economic aspirations in Indigenous communities. In: International codes, technology and sustainability for the minerals industry : CMMI Congress 2002. International codes, technology and sustainability for the minerals industry : CMMI Congress 2002, Cairns, Queensland, (189-194). 27-28 May, 2002. 166  
Memmott, Paul and Trigger, David S. (1998). Marine tenure in the Wellesley Islands region, Gulf of Carpentaria. In Bruce Rigsby and Nicholas Peterson (Ed.), Customary marine tenure in Australia (pp. 109-124) Sydney, NSW, Australia: Oceania Publications. 27  
Martin, David, Trigger, David and Parmenter, Joni (2014). Mining in Aboriginal Australia: Economic impacts, sustainable livelihoods and cultural difference at Century Mine, northwest Queensland. In Emma Gilberthorpe and Gavin Hilson (Ed.), Natural resource extraction and indigenous livelihoods: development challenges in an era of globalisation (pp. 37-56) Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing. 170 4 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Trigger, David and Robinson, Michael (2001) Mining, land claims and the negotiation of Indigenous interests: research from the Queensland Gulf Country and Pilbara region of Western Australia. Senri Ethnological Studies, 59 101-116. 59 89

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