Valuing native title: Aboriginal, statutory and policy discourses about compensation
The issue of native title compensation generates deep divisions and conflicting evaluations in Australia. Underlying the tensions are unresolved questions concerning the nature of the native title that might be affected; how loss, impairment and extinguishment are to be determined and measured; who is entitled to compensation and on what basis; what might constitute just terms for that compensation; and who is to pay it. To date, solutions have largely been dominated by legal and economic...[Show more]
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