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The social effects of native title: recognition, translation, coexistence

9 Nov 2007
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Native title has had a profound social impact in Australia. Its effects have been felt from the local level through to the national level ever since the success of the Mabo No.2 case in the Federal Court. But despite the involvement of large numbers of anthropologists in the field of native title practice (alongside lawyers, historians, archaeologists and others trained in the social sciences and humanities) there has been surprisingly little reflection on the social effects of native title.

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2007
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