My Mob, Our Country: A Qualitative Study on how a Nanda Family Group Connect to Each Other and Country
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The thesis examines the ways in which members of the Kelly family have strong connection to Nanda Country through continued presence and cultural practices, including births, deaths, camping, named places, hunting, and religious practices. The study explores how the Kelly family connect to each other and Country, primarily through the eyes of Elders whose yarns illuminate our position as a sovereign people upholding our lore and culture.
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