Marriage Networks, Descent Clusters and Native Title Claims

Abstract : The use of computers to gather and order genealogical material has not only allowed for a more efficient handling of large amounts of data; it has also given rise to new analytical approaches with potential applications. I would like to briefly explore one such approach, the representation and analysis of empirical marriage patterns, with a view to its possible relevance for Native Title land claims by Australian Aboriginal populations.
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Paper presented at the “Workshop on Genealogies” organised by the Australian Institute of Aborigi.. 2006
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Michael Houseman. Marriage Networks, Descent Clusters and Native Title Claims. Paper presented at the “Workshop on Genealogies” organised by the Australian Institute of Aborigi.. 2006. <halshs-00119440>

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