Social Welfare and Social Development - Anthropology of Development in the Canadian North

ANTR 3006  Anthropology of Development in the Canadian North

Antirequisites:

ANTR 3376 if taken in 09FW

Hours:

Three hours of lecture per week for one term.

Credits:

3

Description:

This course offers anthropological perspectives of key issues facing Canada's changing North including: resource development and associated social, ecological, and economic impacts; impacts of development on sustainable livelihoods and health; changing governance structures as a result of Aboriginal land claims; social conceptions and implications of climate change in the North; and the role of the North in future energy, resource, and international politics. This course may be credited towards Native Studies and Social Welfare & Social Development.

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