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Full Circle is appropriate for college and university courses in Anthropology, Sociology, Native Studies and Canadian Studies. Using a 'native-centric' voice, the text takes a modern and multidisciplinary approach, providing historical, geographical and cultural background before reviewing the current state of affairs for first nations peoples in Canada. It provides a concise overview of all native groups, including Inuit and Metis, and explores recent developments in the political, environmental, and legal areas. This revised edition includes up-to-date ethnographic data and deals with some pressing health-related issues of growing concern.
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John L. Steckley has been an instructor at Humber College since 1983, and has also taught Native Studies at Laurentian University and Memorial College.
Bryan D. Cummins has a Ph.D. in Native Studies, specializing in native land tenure and use, ethnography and the relationship between indigenous peoples and the state. He teaches at Guelph, McMaster, and Trent Universities.Review:
The layout of the chapters is one of this book’s strengths, as they are of appropriate length to build lectures around, and an aid in student comprehension. The content of the book seems to represent the major regions of the country reasonably well.
-Steven Boddington, Arts and Science, University of Lethbridge; Department of Educational Foundations, University of Alberta; State and Legal Studies, Work and Community Studies, Athabasca University.
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Book Description Pearson Education Canada, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110132305631