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Cyberimperialisme et marginalisation des autochtones au Canada
(Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique INRS Urbanisation, Culture et Société, 2000)
Les populations indigènes du Canada seraient-elles sujettes, comme les. autres populations du Canada, à un « cyberimpérialisme » insidieux, qui menace de dénaturer et de marginaliser leurs cultures, voire de les éliminer ...
A Probe Into the Demographic Structure of Nineteenth Century Red River
(University of Alberta Press, 1976)
To the casual observer in 1830 Red River appeared a picturesque rural backwater dotted with church steeples and numerous windmills. The impression would not have been inaccurate. By 1830 the settlement had recovered from ...
Nature's Revenge: reclaiming sustainability in an age of corporate globalization
(Broadview Press : Garamond Press, 2006)
Vernacular Song, Cultural Identity, and Nationalism in Newfoundland, 1920-1955
(Canadian Folk Music/Musique folklorique canadienne, 2006)
Although a force in Newfoundland politics and culture, nationalist sentiment was not strong enough in 1948 to prevent confederation with Canada. The absence among many Newfoundlanders of a strong sense of belonging to an ...
(2001). Luce Irigaray, Entrustment and Rethinking Strategic Organizing.
(Critical Management Conference, Manchester, England, 2001)
Why are women and women’s needs persistently marginalized, even in projects designed to alleviate that? Why has there been such difficulty in translating the rhetoric of women’s right to shape society into reality? Feminist ...
The Fur Trade and Western Canadian Society, 1670-1870
(The Canadian Historical Association, 1987)
The political, economic, and social history of present day Northwest Territories, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, was, for the first two hundred years of European contact, a product of the fur trade. At various posts ...
The Historiography of the Red River Settlement, 1830-1868
(Prairie Forum, 1981)
In the many studies of the Red River Settlement written since 1856, the prime factors affecting the Settlement have been variously conceived as economic, geographic or political. In contrast to the traditional historical ...
Some comments on the social origins of the Riel Protest of 1869
The English-speaking folk of Red River looked with excitement and hope on the debates that surrounded the confederation of the eastern provinces. The Protestant Canadians, arriving in vocal and visible numbers in the 1860s ...
Winning Back the Words
(Garamond Press, 1993)