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Ethnicity and race : making identities in a changing world
About the Authors Foreword Preface to the 2nd Edition Preface 1. The Puzzles Of Ethnicity And Race An Unexpected Persistence and Power A Puzzling Diversity of Forms Ethnicity and Race as SociologicalExpand
Recalling Aotearoa: Indigenous Politics and Ethnic Relations in New Zealand
Cultural and national identity have changed dramatically in New Zealand during the latter part of the twentieth century, with the emergence of policies on biculturalism, the development of newExpand
The Return of the Native: American Indian Political Resurgence
An incisive look at American Indian and Euro-American relations from the seventeenth century to the present, this book focuses on how such relations-and Indian responses to them-have shapedExpand
Sovereignty and Nation-Building: The Development Challenge in Indian Country Today
Les AA. presentent les contours d'un modele de developpement pour les reserves indiennes en Amerique du Nord issu des recherches du Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development. AfinExpand
The variable ties that bind: Content and circumstance in ethnic processes
Abstract This article attempts to disentangle the differential effects of content (what group members share) and circumstance (the situations they encounter) on ethnic processes. In contrast to muchExpand
Where’s the glue? Institutional and cultural foundations of American Indian economic development
Abstract Since the mid-1970s, the hundreds of American Indian reservations in the United States have been afforded substantial powers of self-government –from law enforcement and taxation toExpand
American Indian Self-Determination: The Political Economy of a Policy that Works
Since the 1970s, federal American Indian policy in the United States has been aimed at promoting self-determination through self-governance by federally-recognized tribes. This policy has proven toExpand
Epidemiology: Foot-and-mouth disease under control in the UK
It is concluded that foot-and-mouth disease has now been brought under control, but it will be important to contain rapidly any new outbreaks in previously unaffected areas. Expand