Empowering Northern and Native Communities for Social and Economic Control
An Annotated Bibliography of Relevant Literature
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 attention.
About the Authors
Marc Stevenson has for over 20 years worked with Aboriginal groups, universities, governments, NGOs, and industrial proponents on a broad range of issues affecting Aboriginal communities across Canada. With degrees in anthropology and archaeology, he has addressed many of the environmental, social, political, economic and cultural issues and challenges facing Canada's First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples. His work among the Inuit in the 1980s led to research outlining the structure of Inuit social organization. More recently, his research interests have shifted towards issues of traditional ecological knowledge, co-management, economic development, social and environmental impact assessment, and Indigenous rights. Marc Stevenson has developed considerable expertise in and knowledge about the linkages among environment, society, and economy in Aboriginal communities. He is particularly noted for his research on traditional knowledge, indigenous management systems, co-management, traditional economy and sustainable development.
Other Titles by Marc G. Stevenson
edited by Marc G. Stevenson, Andrew Madsen, Elaine L. Maloney
Jan 1997 - CCI Press, an imprint of University of Alberta Press
$40.00 USD - Hardback
A Profile of Canada's Fur Trapping Industry and Variables Influencing its Sustainability: An Annotated Bibliography
Marc G. Stevenson, edited by Culley Schweger, Valerie Reay, Elaine L. Maloney, Susan Macara
Jan 1996 - CCI Press, an imprint of University of Alberta Press
$15.00 USD - Paperback / softback
Other Titles from Northern Reference Series (Inactive)