Aboriginal autonomy and development in northern Quebec and Labrador [electronic resource] / [edited by] Colin H. Scott.

Vancouver : UBC Press, c2001.
1 online resource (449 pages)


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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • On autonomy and development / Colin H. Scott
  • Healing the past, meeting the future / Peter Penashue
  • Shaping modern Inuit territorial perception and identity in the Quebec-Labrador peninsula / Ludger Müller-Wille
  • Writing legal histories on Nunavik / Susan G. Drummond
  • The landscape of Nunavik/the territory of Nouveau-Québec / Peter Jacobs
  • Aboriginal rights and interests in Canadian northern seas / Monica E. Mulrennan and Colin H. Scott
  • Territories, identity, and modernity among the Atikamekw (Haut St-Maurice, Quebec) / Sylvie Poirier
  • Voices from a disappearing forest : government, corporate, and Cree participatory forestry management practices / Harvey A. Feit and Robert Beaulieu
  • Conflicts between Cree hunting and sport hunting : co-management decision making at James Bay / Colin H. Scott and Jeremy Webber
  • Becoming a mercury dealer : moral implications and the construction of objective knowledge for the James Bay Cree / Richard T. Scott
  • Media contestation of the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement : the social construction of the "Cree problem" / Donna Patrick and Peter Armitage
  • Low-level military flight training in Quebec-Labrador : the anatomy of a northern development conflict / Mary Barker
  • The land claims negotiations of the Montagnais, or Innu, of the province of Quebec and the management of natural resources / Paul Charest
  • Community dispersal and organization : the case of Oujé-Bougoumou / Abel Bosum
  • Gathering knowledge : reflections on the anthropology of identity, aboriginality, and the annual gatherings in Whapmagoostui, Quebec / Naomi Adelson
  • Building a community in the town of Chisasibi / Susan Jacobs
  • Cultural change in Mistissini : implications for self-determination and cultural survival / Catherine James
  • The decolonization of the self and the recolonization of knowledge : the politics of Nunavik health care / Josée G. Lavoie
  • Country space as a healing place : community healing at Sheshatshiu / Cathrine Degnen
  • The concept of community and the challenge for self-government / Hedda Schuurman
  • The double bind of aboriginal self-government / Adrian Tanner
  • Ways forward / Colin H. Scott.
  • 0-7748-5003-5
  • 1-283-11154-3
  • 9786613111548
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