Cairns, H. & Harney, I, B. (2014) Four Circles – Customs that are Law in an Aboriginal Cosmoscape: Justice, Mercy and Survival in Bill Harney’s Imulun Wardaman Aboriginal Spiritual Law.
|Title||Cairns, H. & Harney, I, B. (2014) Four Circles – Customs that are Law in an Aboriginal Cosmoscape: Justice, Mercy and Survival in Bill Harney’s Imulun Wardaman Aboriginal Spiritual Law.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||Masters, K, Whitehead, J|
|Refereed Designation||Does Not Apply|
|Journal||Educational Journal of Living Theories|
|Type of Article||book review|
This review is written, September 2016, (in the U.K.), from a Living Theory and Action Research perspective with embodied values, and is posted on a Living Theory website with reach to specific global networks. (nb. It has been slightly modified, June 2017). It is for general readers as well as research-practitioners working in the field/the Academy. We append a short note on Action-Research which might be helpful for any review reader working in the interfaces with/relating to Indigenous people who may wish to further improve practice/deepen understanding with Living Theories.