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Record #144424:

"Lapp kan vaere Lapp" - språk- og skolepolitikk i et lulesamisk område / Bjørg Evjen.

Title: "Lapp kan vaere Lapp" - språk- og skolepolitikk i et lulesamisk område / Bjørg Evjen.
Translated title: "Lapp can be Lapp" - speech and school politics in a Lule Saami community.
Author(s): Evjen, Bjørg.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Tromsø, Norway: Senter for samiske studier
Language: Norwegian.
In: Stat, religion, etnisitet. (1997.),
Abstract: Wexelsen Bill was central document in Norwegianisation from 1898 to 1963. Paper considers upper Tysfjord, Nordland, where 500 Lule Saami were 20% of population. Bill came late here late, where children had been properly taught in Saami. Women missionaries in 1904 learnt, and put parts of Bible into, Lule Saami, as people felt "our language is taken away". From time to time children stayed with relations in Swedish villages. South Saami had similar links with Sweden. Unlike Troms, in southern areas of Norway, middle way was not Norwegianisation nor "Lapp shall be Lapp", but "Lapp may be Lapp".
Notes:

In: Stat, religion, etnisitet / Bjørn-Petter Finstad, Lars Ivar Hansen, Henry Minde, Einar Niemi, Hallvard Tjelmeland, eds.

Keywords: 37 -- Education.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
809.455 -- Saami language.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*586) -- Nordland.
SPRI record no.: 144424

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