Anthropology, Law and the Definition of Australian Aboriginal Rights to Land
Instituut voor Volksrecht, Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid, Katholieke Universiteit, 1980 - Aboriginal Australians - 196 pages
Reviews anthropological and legal aspects of land rights legislation in Australia; history of land rights legislation in NT and SA; problems in interpretation of NT Land Rights Act, especially as regards traditional owners; discussion of claims heard so far.
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