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Aboriginal people coexisted in harmony and lived in a balanced society with the land, animals, and everything living. This essay will highlight that kinship and society in Aboriginal communities were the same thing. It will also show that kinship in contemporary Australia is still relevant but not in the same way, in today’s modern society as it was in, before pre-contact society...
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The Dreaming underpinned all Aboriginal society especially the Kinship system. The relationship between kinship systems and the Dreamtime was such that the Aboriginal people developed their kinship systems from their Ancestral Beings who came from the Dreaming onto the land and formed everything and left them specific traditions and rules to be followed (Bourke and Edwards, 1994...
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