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Social impact study of Western Desert Rudall River region / by Peter Newman ... [et al.]
Bib ID 1194336
Format BookBook
Description [Murdoch, W.A.] : Institute for Science & Technology Policy, Institute of Environmental Science, [1993] 
1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 0869050001 (paperback)
Summary

Examines the interactions between the various interest groups that have links to land in the Western Desert Rudall River region and suggests land tenure arrangements that recognise the role and responsibility of the Martujarra (Martu) people in land management; Martu perceptions regarding mineral exploration, mining and tourism and the social impact of these activities on Aboriginal communities.

Notes

Cover title.

Prepared by the Remote Areas Developments Group, February 1990.

Aboriginal interests represented by Western Desert Puntukurnuparna Aboriginal Corporation.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 203-208).

Subjects Western Desert Puntukurnuparna.  |  Mardu (Australian people) -- Land tenure.  |  Land use -- Australia -- Rudall River Region (W.A.)  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Western Australia -- Rudall River Region -- Land tenure.  |  Mardu (Australian people) -- Government policy.  |  Mardu (Australian people) -- Social conditions.  |  Land tenure -- Government policy -- Australia -- Western Desert (W.A.)  |  Government policy - State and territory - Western Australia.  |  Land rights - Access rights.  |  Race relations.  |  Land rights - Conservation areas.  |  Economic sectors - Tourism.  |  Mining industry.  |  Manjiljarra / Martu Wangka people (A51.1) (WA SF51-12)  |  Kartujarra people (A51) (WA SF51-14)  |  Land rights - Mining industry.  |  Rudall River Region (W.A.)  |  Western Desert (W.A.) -- Race relations.  |  Parnngurr Community (Great Sandy Desert WA SF51-10)  |  Karlamilyi / Rudall River (Great Sandy Desert WA SF51-10)  |  Punmu / Rawa (Great Sandy Desert WA SF51-10)  |  Telfer (WA East Pilbara SF50-16)  |  Jigalong (WA East Pilbara SF51-13)  |  Newman (WA East Pilbara SF50-16)
Other authors/contributors Newman, P. W. G. (Peter W. G.), 1945-  |  Murdoch University. Remote Area Developments Group

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