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Secularism exhausted? : non-indigenous postcolonial discourses and the question of aboriginal religion

Author: Darren Drake; Deakin University. Faculty of Arts.; Deakin University. School of Communication and Creative Arts.
Publisher: 2002.
Dissertation: Thesis (M.A.)--Deakin University, Victoria, 2002.
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Eurocentric intellectual frameworks misrepresent indigenous Australian cultural law. Non-indigenous representations of "aboriginal religion" are often incomplete due to difficulties in the translation of "law", "society", and "spirit" between cultures. Postcolonial and cultural theory both hinders and assists in addressing problematic representations of Aboriginal Australian sacred culture in modern Australian  Read more...
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Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darren Drake; Deakin University. Faculty of Arts.; Deakin University. School of Communication and Creative Arts.
OCLC Number: 223435832
Notes: Submitted to the School of Communication and Creative Arts of the Faculty of Arts, Deakin University.
Description: xii, 115 leaves ; 30 cm.
Responsibility: by Darren Drake.

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Eurocentric intellectual frameworks misrepresent indigenous Australian cultural law. Non-indigenous representations of "aboriginal religion" are often incomplete due to difficulties in the translation of "law", "society", and "spirit" between cultures. Postcolonial and cultural theory both hinders and assists in addressing problematic representations of Aboriginal Australian sacred culture in modern Australian society.

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