Australian Aboriginal Concepts, Issue 12
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1978 - Aboriginal Australians - 198 pages
Papers by R.H. Bulmer, R. Jones and B. Meehan, J. Heath, C.H. Berndt, C.J. and A.M. Ellis, M. Tur and A. McCardell, R. Tonkinson, D. Biernoff, A. Borsboom, K. Maddock, C.G. von Brandenstein, A.A. Yengoyan, N.B. Tindale, M. Sims, B. Scheback, B.A. Sommer, L.R. Hiatt, separately annotated.
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Totems and taxonomy R H Bulmer
Anbarra concept of colour Rhys Jones and Betty Meehan
Linguistic approaches to Nunggubuyu ethnozoology and ethnobotany J Heath
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Aboriginal Studies adult Anaxagoras Anbarra animals anthropology Arnhem Land associated Australian Aboriginal Australian Institute barramundi behaviour beliefs belong Berndt birds Bulmer called camp Canberra ceremony classification colour terms conception cultural dangerous places dillybag discussion Djambarbinggu Djinang dreaming cluster Dreamtime dugong edible Empedocles example fish Geganggie Gidjingali goanna Groote Eylandt Gunwinggu Hiatt honey human important inkanyi inma Institute of Aboriginal Jigalong juvenile terms Kaironk Kakadu Kalam kangaroo knowledge language Levi-Strauss linguistic Maningrida Maradjiri Marangu marriage matrilineal Mildjingi moiety mother myth noun noun class noun-class Nunggubuyu ochre particular physiological pigments plants Possum potential prefix pulka quasi-generic recognised refers ritual semantic semen sense singing snakes social song species identity spirit spirit-child story Stringy Bark striped possum structure Sugar taxa taxonomy territories Tiwi totemic traditional translation trees tribe turtles University verse wallabies Western Desert word Wurgigandjar