Law's anthropology: from ethnography to expert testimony in three native title claims
At an intermediate level, between Aboriginal lifeworlds and the politics of statecraft, native title can be seen as the interaction of the social field of Australianist anthropology and the juridical field through the medium of actors: principally anthropologists,lawyers and judges. Viewing the interaction this way allows a more comprehensive explanation to be given that is not captive to requirements of the different disciplines involved and it can move beyond a simple advocate-independent...[Show more]
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