The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia

"This article intends to shed new light on the patterns of the law's fabric in colonial contexts. It is based on two legal discussions concerning the nature of the relationships between the police and the indigenous population in rural New South Wales (NSW) after the Second World War. The...

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Autor Principal: Bosa, Bastien
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: 2010
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Law
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spelling ir-10336-238672021-08-19T03:33:36Z The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia Légalité de la domination coloniale dans le sud-est de l'Australie Bosa, Bastien Australia Colonial domination Law Police "This article intends to shed new light on the patterns of the law's fabric in colonial contexts. It is based on two legal discussions concerning the nature of the relationships between the police and the indigenous population in rural New South Wales (NSW) after the Second World War. The first casestudy deals with the justification of the special powers which the police officers enjoyed in the reserves and stations of the Aboriginal Welfare Board. The second case-study revolves around the Aboriginals' prohibition from consuming alcohol. I will describe in detail a trial which ended unexpectedly in 1961, provoking a complete reassessment of police practices in their dealing with infringements of the Aboriginal Protection Act (APA)." 2010 2020-05-26T00:06:12Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 19696973 07693362 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23867 spa info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Australia
Colonial domination
Law
Police
spellingShingle Australia
Colonial domination
Law
Police
Bosa, Bastien
The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia
description "This article intends to shed new light on the patterns of the law's fabric in colonial contexts. It is based on two legal discussions concerning the nature of the relationships between the police and the indigenous population in rural New South Wales (NSW) after the Second World War. The first casestudy deals with the justification of the special powers which the police officers enjoyed in the reserves and stations of the Aboriginal Welfare Board. The second case-study revolves around the Aboriginals' prohibition from consuming alcohol. I will describe in detail a trial which ended unexpectedly in 1961, provoking a complete reassessment of police practices in their dealing with infringements of the Aboriginal Protection Act (APA)."
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title The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia
title_short The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia
title_full The legality of colonial domination in southeastern Australia
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