Indigenous governance, GIS, and the context-driven modelling of values, concerns and seasonal uses of Country within the Yawuru estate
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) which capture, store, query, analyse and display geospatial data (Chang, 2016:1) have begun to play a key role in facilitating indigenous governance and land claims across the globe. This thesis examines the use of GIS as part of broader Indigenous efforts to achieve self-determination, particularly in relation to Australia's native title system. It explores the impact that context-grounded GIS can play in this space and positions GIS as an analytically...[Show more]
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