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Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World

by Claire Smith

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Globalization creates both risks and opportunities for indigenous peoples. This book describes successful strategies which have been used by indigenous peoples to promote and protect their identities and cultural values in the face of pressures arising from an interconnected world. The text features a cross-discplinary integration which takes a holistic approach - in line with that of indigenous peoples - and includes vignettes of indigenous cultural practices.

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Papers based on the 1997 Fulbright Symposium of the same name, which brought together indigenous and non-indigenous experts across a range of disciplines and four continents.

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