Bureaucratic structures in James Bay: R5-233/1978E-PDF
impacts on the James Bay Cree of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, appendix II : Bureaucratization in the South Pacific : a review of recent literature on social change in Micronesia and the Solomon Islands /
"The subject of dependency and underdevelopment in Third World countries is an issue frequently discussed in terms of the relations between national and international economic structures alone. The paradox of the modernization paradigm resulting in the divestment of the indigenous economic surplus, the internal replication of the metropolis-satellite equation and the development of sociocultural obstacles to change is frequently discussed, debated and 'put to test' using various economic parameters and statistical techniques."--Introduction.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.|
|Title||Bureaucratic structures in James Bay|
|Subtitle||impacts on the James Bay Cree of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, appendix II : Bureaucratization in the South Pacific : a review of recent literature on social change in Micronesia and the Solomon Islands /|
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|Note||"November 1978." Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Number of Pages||27,  p.|
|Subject Terms||Indians, Agreements, Social development|
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