Some aspects of cultural diversity throughout indigenous Australia

Trigger, David S. (1995). Some aspects of cultural diversity throughout indigenous Australia. In: Frank McKeown and National Native Title Tribunal, Native title : an opportunity for understanding : proceedings of an induction course conducted by the National Native Title Tribunal to increase awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other cultural perspectives in the native title process. National Native Title Tribunal Induction Course to increase awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other cultural perspectives in the native title process, Nedlands, WA, Australia, (25-39). 1-3 December 1994.

Author Trigger, David S.
Title of paper Some aspects of cultural diversity throughout indigenous Australia
Conference name National Native Title Tribunal Induction Course to increase awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other cultural perspectives in the native title process
Conference location Nedlands, WA, Australia
Conference dates 1-3 December 1994
Proceedings title Native title : an opportunity for understanding : proceedings of an induction course conducted by the National Native Title Tribunal to increase awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other cultural perspectives in the native title process
Place of Publication Perth, Australia
Publisher National Native Title Tribunal
Publication Year 1995
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 0642245177
Editor Frank McKeown
National Native Title Tribunal
Start page 25
End page 39
Total pages 15
Language eng
Abstract/Summary My aim in this short presentation is to address some basic aspects of cultural diversity among indigenous populations throughout Australia .. In the short time available, I cannot deal with the subject in any detail. To introduce relevant matters for discussion, I will present some information concerning, firstly, the issue of diversity deriving from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural traditions. Secondly, I will raise the matter of differing histories of relations with non-Aboriginal Australians in various regions of the continent. Thirdly, I will comment on some implicC;ltiofis of both diverse cultural traditions, and different histories of colonisation, for the nature of relations with land among Aboriginal and Islander communities in the 1990s.
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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