Negotiating claims: comparing state responses to indigenous land claims in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand
My research builds on existing literature on Aboriginal-State relations through its comparative examination of State responses to Aboriginal land claims . The histories of Aboriginal collective action show that Aboriginal peoples have consistently petitioned governments to address their claims; what varies is the response of the State to those claims and the effectiveness of those responses. I am interested in exploring the conditions under which governments create a negotiating space through...[Show more]
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