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SOR1 Religious Landscape Post 1945 Summary

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Summary notes for sor1 religious landscape post 1945. Contains up to date census figures and dotpoint outlines to all syllabus points.

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Indigenous peoples of Australia Indigenous peoples of Oceania Law Wik Peoples v Queensland Aboriginal title Mabo v Queensland Stolen Generations Aboriginal Protection Board Wik Mabo Aboriginal Australians Native title in Australia
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Indigenous peoples of Australia Indigenous peoples of Oceania Law Wik Peoples v Queensland Aboriginal title Mabo v Queensland Stolen Generations Aboriginal Protection Board Wik Mabo Aboriginal Australians Native title in Australia
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________________ Religious Landscape in Australia Post 1945. Summary Questions. 1 Aboriginal Spirituality and the Dreaming. 1.1 Kinship 1.1.1 Define Aboriginal Kinship Aboriginal Kinship is a complex system of belonging, relations and responsibility. Each person within a kinship group has a specific position and relationship with the group. Kinship groups are identified by family and a person’s totem, it is thus a connection with people, spirits and the land. 1.1.2 Describe what is meant by Aboriginal Kinship Aboriginal Kinship is a term used to describe an individual’s connection to people, spirits and the land. Within Aboriginal culture, Kinship groups form nations of people with their own customs, languages and dreaming stories. 1.1.3 Compare and contrast the terms: tribe, clan and skin as they relate to Aboriginal Society. Traditionally, Aboriginal people lived semi-noma...
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