FULL CIRCLE:CANADA'S FIRST NAT

ISBN-10: 0132305631
ISBN-13: 9780132305631
Edition: 2nd 2008
Authors: STECKLEY
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Description: Full Circle is appropriate for college and university courses in Anthropology, Sociology, Native Studies and Canadian Studies departments. Using a 'native-centric" voice, the text takes a modern and multidisciplinary approach, providing historical,  More...

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Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: PEARSON
Publication date: 2/19/2007
Weight: 1.320

Full Circle is appropriate for college and university courses in Anthropology, Sociology, Native Studies and Canadian Studies departments. Using a 'native-centric" voice, the text takes a modern and multidisciplinary approach, providing historical, geographical and cultural background before reviewing the current state of affairs of first nations peoples in Canada. It provides a concise overview of all native groups, including Innuit and Metis, and explores recent developments in the political, environmental, and legal areas. This revised edition includes up-to-date ethnographic data and deals with some pressing health-related issues of growing concern.

Origins and Oral Traditions
Oral Traditions
The Peopling of the Americas
Connections to the Land
Native Languages
Culture Areas
The Arctic
The Eastern Woodlands
The Eastern Subarctic
The Western Subarctic
The Plains
The Plateau
The Northwest Coast
Legal Definitions
The Royal Proclamation and the Indian Act
The Treaties
The Golden Lake Algonquin and Algonquin Park: Missed by Treaty
Fighting for Recognition: The Sheshatshit Innu and the Megaprojects
The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement
Effects of Colonialism
Religious Colonialism
Native Health Issues
Colonialism, Native Education, and "Child Welfare"
Contemporary Debates and Social Action
Social Issues: The Dudley George Story
Fighting for the Sacred Waters: The Peigan and the Oldman River Dam
Native Policing
The Justice System and Natives
Native Governance
Undoing the Past

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