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Record #199663:

Notions of property: traditional land use and boundaries in the Deh Cho region / Carol J. Brown-Leonardi.

Title: Notions of property: traditional land use and boundaries in the Deh Cho region / Carol J. Brown-Leonardi.
Author(s): Brown-Leonardi, Carol J.
Date: 2012.
In: Polar Record. (2012.), Vol. 48(246) (2012)
Abstract: Argues that changing needs of Deh Cho Dene society has changed their concept of property and that this transformation has evolved with responsibility to conserve cultural practice and ecological balance in Deh Cho Dene traditional lands in NWT. Proposals of non-renewable resource development and business ventures have determined relationships and social interactions that have restructured Deh Cho Dene values.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 48(246) :249-254 (2012).

In special section Contested borders and identities.

Keywords: 316 -- Sociology.
330.34 -- Economic development.
39 -- Ethnography: Indians. Dene.
332.364 -- Land use, social aspects.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 199663

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