Locals benefit from jobs created by rabbit-proof-fence fix

BOB “Mangoes” Mongoo grew up with the rabbit-proof fence, regularly travelling alongside it to find food. The Wajarri man was raised near Mt Wittenoom in the Murchison, rugged red country about 250km north-east of Geraldton. The earliest sections of the fence were erected nearly 90 years before he was born. To him, the rabbit-proof fence … Continue reading Locals benefit from jobs created by rabbit-proof-fence fix

The Men of Fifth World, The Aboriginal culture of Australia (Documentary)

The aboriginal culture of Australia, includes a large number of tribes inhabiting the oceanic continent before the arrival of the white man. But all that rich culture is doomed to survive in stocks in which its people are destined to extinction. In this episode one of the elders that preserve aboriginal culture will show the … Continue reading The Men of Fifth World, The Aboriginal culture of Australia (Documentary)

Cultural Interpretation of Dying and Death in a Non-Western Society: The Case of Nigeria

Abstract Using Western theories and perspectives as models, this chapter discusses the cultural interpretation of dying and death in a non-Western society. Also discussed, based on the historical, political, and cultural history of Nigeria, are the implications of dying and death for death preparation, the problem of death- causation diseases without external symptoms, and the … Continue reading Cultural Interpretation of Dying and Death in a Non-Western Society: The Case of Nigeria