Northern Reference Series
Bibliographies and literature reviews
PaperbackCAD19.95GBP11.95USD19.95Out of printDeals with Alberta between 55o and 60oN: Rupert's Land, the district of Athabasca, the Roman Catholic Vicariate of Athabasca-Mackenzie. The line also forms the southern boundary of Treaty 8.
- Describes the literature on critical/emancipatory and interpretive models for community empowerment, emphasizing information published since 1988, including case studies especially relevant to economic empowerment. Other annotations describe materials dealing with the role of the economy in community empowerment, self-sufficiency, and development. Economic development studies that enhance culture-specific values, traditions, and productive relationships are given special atte... [READ MORE]
- This comprehensive review documents the economic, social, and demographic profiles of the fur trapping industry, and the environmental and economic variables that influence its sustainability. Examines the state of the debate, and identifies issues for further analysis.
- A 'Community Involvement in Health (CIH)' framework is used to identify, assess and interpret the literature. Holistic health plays a major role in several models; traditional healing is the basis for at least one. Reveals how Native people are making the transition to community-centered health care.
- This volume is aimed at individuals requiring an understanding of the background concepts and issues relating to Nunavut. It follows the historical development of the concept of Nunavut since 1867 to the signing of the land claim agreement in 1993.
- A comprehensive annotated bibliography on wolves - their ecology, conservation and management. Includes references contained in Ecology and Conservation of Wolves in a Changing World, supplemented by references recovered through a search of various databases and personal collections.