Homo Nullius or 'Where have all the people gone'? Refiguring marine management and conservation approaches. by Sandra Pannell
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Drawing upon a range of material from Indonesia and Australia, I argue that in order to understand the phenomenon of homo nullius it is instructive to examine the way we and others think, talk and write about such things as the sea, marine species and the indigenous peoples who possess and use these spaces and resources.
Environment; Aboriginal land claims; Southeast aru strict nature reserve; Sea claims; South-east asia; Fish
Australian Journal of Anthropology,
v. 7, no. 1 ; p. 21-42.
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