Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives, 2nd edition, paper ed

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Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives is a comprehensive examination of the complex nature of health care issues facing First Nations people in Canada. The authors explore the physiological, spiritual, historical, sociological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to the overall poor health status of Native People. The changes in health and disease patterns prior to European contact up to the present are described.

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Anthropology, Public Policy and Native Peoples in Canada, paper ed

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The essays in Anthropology, Public Policy, and Native Peoples in Canada provide a comprehensive evaluation of past, present, and future forms of anthropological involvement in public policy issues that affect Native peoples in Canada. The contributing authors, who include social scientists and politicians from both Native and non-Native backgrounds, use their experience to assess the theory and practice of anthropological participation in and observation of relations between Aboriginal peoples and governments in Canada.

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1885 and After: Native Society in Transition, paper ed LIMITED QUANTITY

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1885 and After: Native Society in Transition is the Conference Proceedings for "1885 and After" held at the University of Saskatchewan in May 1985. Includes 19 academic essays by historians covering Louis Riel, Métis Resistance, Treaties, the Northwest Mounted Police, Land, Batoche, and self-government. The essay, The Indian View of the 1885 Uprising, by Blair Stonechild is a valuable piece of writing on the topic.

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Revenge of the Windigo: The Construction of the Mind and Mental Health of North American Aboriginal Peoples, paper ed

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Revenge of the Windigo: The Construction of the Mind and Mental Health of North American Aboriginal Peoples by medical anthropologist James Waldram examines the tangled web of theory, method, and data rife with conceptual problems, shaky assumptions, and inappropriate generalizations about the nature of Aboriginal mental health issues. This highly articulate work is about the knowledge of Aboriginal mental health: who generates it; how it is generated and communicated; and what has been - and continues to be - its implications for Aboriginal peoples.

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As Long as the Rivers Run: Hydroelectric Development and Native Communities in Western Canada, paper ed

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In As Long as the Rivers Run: Hydroelectric Development and Native Communities in Western Canada, James B. Waldram examines this controversial topic through an analysis of the politics of hydroelectric dam construction in the Canadian Northwest, focusing on three Aboriginal communities in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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Way of the Pipe: Aboriginal Spirituality and Symbolic Healing in Canadian Prisons, The, paper ed

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The Way of the Pipe: Aboriginal Spirituality and Symbolic Healing in Canadian Prisons explores how Aboriginal spirituality is finding its way into prisons and the role it is playing with Aboriginal inmates seeking to regain and to promote their heritages and identities.The book starts from the premise that this spirituality is not simply "religion" but is a form of therapy, know to medical anthropologists as "symbolic healing." Working from the results of hundreds of interviews with inmates in a number of prisons, Waldram traces the history of Aboriginal spirituality in and out of prison po

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This title is currently unavailable through GoodMinds.com. The second edition is currently available. Aboriginal Health in Canada: Historical, Cultural, and Epidemiological Perspectives is a comprehensive examination of the complex nature of health care issues facing First Nations people in Canada. The authors explore the physiological, spiritual, historical, sociological, cultural, economic, and environmental factors that contribute to the overall poor health status of Native People. The changes in health and disease patterns prior to European contact up to the present are described.

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