Aboriginal populations : social, demographic, and epidemiological perspectives / edited by Frank Trovato and Anatole Romaniuk.

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Other Authors: Romaniuc, A (Editor), Trovato, Frank, 1951- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada : The University of Alberta Press, 2014.
Edition:First edition, first printing, 2014.
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Table of Contents:
  • Aboriginal populations: social, demographic, and epidemiological perspectives / Frank Trovato and Anatole Romaniuk
  • Canada's aboriginal population from encounter of civilizations to revival and growth / Anatole Romaniuk
  • Counting aboriginal peoples in Canada / Gustave J. Goldmann and Senada Delic
  • Population projections for the aboriginal population in Canada, a review of past, present, and future prospects, 1991-2017 / Ravi B.P. Verma
  • Another look at definitions and growth of aboriginal populations in Canada / Eric Guimond, Norbert Robitaille, and Sacha Sene?cal
  • Aboriginal mobility and migration in Canada: patterns, trends, and implications, 1971 to 2006 / Stewart Clatworthy and Mary Jane Norris
  • Alcoholism and other social problems in Canadian aboriginal communities: policy alternatives and implications for social action / Paul C. Whitehead and Brenda Kobayashi
  • Cultural continuity and the social-emotional well-being of First Nations youth / Michael J. Chandler
  • Addressing the disparities in aboriginal health through social determinants research / Malcolm King
  • North-north and north-south health disparities, a circumpolar perspective / T. Kue Young
  • Death and the family, a half century of mortality change in the registered Indian population of Canada as reflected in period life tables / Frank Travato
  • Ethnic or categorical mobility? Challenging conventional demographic explanations of Me?tis population growth / Chris Andersen
  • "I'm sweating with Cree culture not Saulteaux culture" urban aboriginal cultural identities / Evelyn J. Peters, Roger C.A. Maaka, and Ron F. Laliberte?
  • Continuity or disappearance, aboriginal languages in Canada / James Frideres
  • The eagle has landed, optimism among Canada's First Nations community / Cora J. Voyageur
  • American Indian education / C. Matthew Snipp
  • Interrogating the image of the "Wandering Nomad": Indigenous temporary mobility practices in Australia / Sarah Prout
  • Closing the gap? Demographic and geographic dilemmas for Indigenous policy in Australia / Nicholas G Biddle, John Taylor, and Mandy L.M. Yap
  • From common colonization to internal segmentation: rethinking Indigenous demography in New Zealand / Tahu H. Kukutai and Ian Pool
  • Indigenous minorities and post-socialist transition, a review of aboriginal population trends in the Russian north / Andrey N. Petrov.