This thesis is concerned with the way in which particular aspects of Warlpiri ethnography have been
inescapably contextualised by intellectual, institutional and political conditions of
anthropological practice. Recent literature has opened up new perspectives on the relation between
ethnography and its subjects. These concerns do not, however, address the broader political
implications of anthropological representation, nor the means by which one form or style of
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