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Record #102360:

Dualism and development in the Northwest Territories / Jack C. Stabler.

Title: Dualism and development in the Northwest Territories / Jack C. Stabler.
Author(s): Stabler, Jack C.
Date: [1989?]
In: Lakehead University. Centre for Northern Studies. Research Report. ([1989?]), Vol. 9 ([1989?])
Abstract: Examines extent to which economic development has led to dualistic economy in which native peoples are comparatively disadvantaged. Based on interviews and previously unpublished income statistics from decennial census.
Notes:

Lakehead University. Centre for Northern Studies. Research Report. Vol. 9 :1-26, 16 p. of appendix ([1989?]).

Keywords: 330.34 -- Economic development.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
J -- Social sciences.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 102360

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