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Call # E98.S67 C43 2007
Author Champagne, Duane
Title Social change and cultural continuity among Native Nations / Duane Champagne
Imprint Lanham : Altamira Press, c2007
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Descript. vi, 362 p. ; 23 cm
Series Contemporary Native American communities ; 19
Contemporary Native American communities ; v. 19
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Indians of North America -- Social conditions
Indians of North America -- Government relations
Social change -- North America
North America -- Ethnic relations
North America -- Social conditions
OCLC # 70267194
Table of Contents
Ch. 1Renewing American Indian nations : cosmic communities and spiritual autonomy9
Ch. 2The cultural and institutional foundations of Native American conservatism25
Ch. 3Tribal capitalism and native capitalists : multiple pathways of native economy45
Ch. 4Renewing tribal governments : uniting political theory and sacred communities66
Ch. 5Self-government from time immemorial107
Ch. 6A multidimensional theory of colonialism : the Native North American experience131
Ch. 7Native-directed social change in Canada and the United States144
Ch. 8Border towns167
Ch. 9Ramona redeemed? : the rise of tribal political power in California180
Ch. 10Toward a multidimensional historical-comparative methodology : context, process, and causality200
Ch. 11The Delaware revitalization movement of the early 1760s : a suggested reinterpretation221
Ch. 12Colonial and contemporary religious movements242
Ch. 13Culture, differentiation, and environment : social change in Tlingit society252
Ch. 14Economic incorporation, political change, and cultural preservation among the Northern Cheyenne285
Ch. 15Indigenous strategies for engaging globalism312
Ch. 16Native issues in the twenty-first century326