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Ethno-political development among the Sami after World War II / Harald Eidheim.

Title: Ethno-political development among the Sami after World War II / Harald Eidheim.
Author(s): Eidheim, Harald.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Karasjok, Norway: Davvi Girji
In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience. (1997.),
Abstract: At end of WW2, Saami were 40-50 000 people on outskirts of Europe, in four countries, with significant regional differences in language and culture. Knowledge of Saami in other regions was nearly absent. Yet during a few decades they developed self-understanding, communications network and political cohesion, with flowering cultural activity. Two factors were Norwegians' national fervour, supporting Saami education, and Alta case, where many of more radical Saami were seen across world, and at heart of government in Oslo. Divided, and with lost case, Saami still found Alta was turning point.
Notes:

In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience / Harald Gaski, ed.

Keywords: 347.23 -- Land ownership, legal aspects.
37 -- Education.
376.74 -- Education, native peoples.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 144449

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