Citizenship and Aboriginal self-government / by Joseph H. Carens.: Z1-1991/1-41-106E-PDF
“The primary goal of the paper is to explore how different ways of thinking about citizenship might influence our thinking about Aboriginal self-government and about the relationships between Aboriginal people and the people and governments in Canada with which they have some connection. At the same time, the paper explores how thinking about Aboriginal self-government might contribute to a reconceptualization of citizenship"--Executive summary, p. .
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Privy Council Office. |
Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
University of Toronto.
|Title||Citizenship and Aboriginal self-government / by Joseph H. Carens.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: La citoyenneté et l'autonomie gouvernementale des autochtones. |
Historical publication digitized by the Privy Council Office of Canada.
"Paper prepared as part of the Research Program of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, January 1995."
Includes bibliographical references.
Executive summary -- Introduction -- A framework for thinking about citizenship -- Historical context -- Unitary models of citizenship -- Theories of differentiated citizenship -- Practices incompatible with the unitary model of Citizenship -- Quebec as a model? -- Conclusion: citizenship and integration -- Notes -- References.
|Publishing information||[Ottawa] : Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, |
|Author / Contributor||Carens, Joseph H.|
|Description|| p. (un-numbered pages)|
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