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In 14 chapters, advocates for communities and linguists involved as
expert witnesses in native title cases discuss the analytical methods
productive to presenting evidence of continuity of culture and
Papers presented to the Linguistic Issues in Native Title Claims workshop, Australian Linguistic Society (ALS) annual conference, University of WA, Saturday 2 October 1999.
The book was launched on 12 July 2002 by Assoc Prof Cliff Goddard at the welcome function for the Australian Linguistic Society and ALAA Conferences at Macquarie University.
21-41 Linguistic Evidence and Native Title Cases in Australia
43-52 Linguistic Continuity in Colonised Country
53-99 Country and the Word: Linguistic Evidence in the Croker
101-159 Linguistics and the Yorta Yorta Native Title Claim
161-185 The Language of the Peak Hill Aboriginal People: A
Report in a Native Title Claim
187-204 Labels, Language and Native Title Groups: The
Greg McIntyre and Kim Doohan
205-230 Historical Linguistic Geography of South-East Western
231-244 Language Ownership: A Key Issue for Native Title
245-258 Can Lexicostatistics Contribute an Absolute Time-Scale
of Continuity of Occupation in Native Title Determinations?
259-290 Linguistic Stratigraphy and Native Title: The Case of
291-310 Making Your Skin Fit Properly: Displaced Equivalence
'Skin' Systems in the Barkly
311-315 Linguists and Native Title
John B. Haviland. 2004. Journal of Anthropological Research
Volume 60, Number 3,
Peter Sutton. 2005. Social scientists and native title cases in
Australia. Public Archaeology
4.2 and 3, 121-6.
Special issue: Conservation, Identity and Ownership in Indigenous Archaeology http://www.earthscan.co.uk/news/article/mps/UAN/516/v/6/sp/
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