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Canada, inc. the relevance of ideology to the emergence of a capitalist social formation in Rupert's Land and the ‘Indian territories’ of British North America, 1852 TO 1885
This thesis looks at the relevance of ideology to the emergence of capitalist social formation in Rupert’s Land and the North West between 1852 and 1885 in two contexts: 1) as a mechanism of transforming the mercantilist ...
Community development at the Department of Indian Affairs in the 1960's : much ado about nothing
This thesis tells the story of the Community Development Program (CDP) of the Department of Indian Affairs. The Program was initiated in Canada in the early 1960s during a time of international popularity for the community ...
Globalising imperatives and teaching in a cross cultural context : teachers’ work in aboriginal communities located in Saskatchewan
A growing body of literature has drawn attention to the ways in which contemporary education reforms are changing how teachers perform their work, but less attention has been paid to what this means for particular social ...