by Frances Widdowson(Author), Albert Howard(Author). Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry does an excellent job of pointing out logical inconsistencies in the Aboriginal political movement - a matter of great practical as well as academic importance.
by Frances Widdowson(Author), Albert Howard(Author). Tom Flanagan, author of First Nations? Second Thoughts "Insightful, carefully argued and meticulously documented. John Richards, Simon Fraser University. Frances Widdowson is a visiting assistant professor of political science, Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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Published by: McGill-Queen's University Press. Book Description: By examining the root causes of aboriginal problems, Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard expose the industry that has grown up around land claim settlements, showing that aboriginal policy development over the past thirty years has been manipulated by non-aboriginal lawyers and consultants.
book by Albert Howard. This title presents a convincing argument that the 'aboriginal industry' has failed to address the fundamental economic and cultural basis of native problems, leading instead to policies that offer a financial benefit to the leadership while entrenching the misery of most aboriginal people.
Cultural Preservation by Frances Widdowson & Albert Howard
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By examining the root causes of aboriginal problems, Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard expose the indus.
2 Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The . In examining the response to Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry, the most common reaction is a refusal to engage with its arguments.
2 Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation (Montreal: McGill-Queen‘s University Press, 2008). 3 Margaret Wente, ―What Dick Pound said was really dumb – and also true‖, The Globe and Mail, October 25, 2008, p. A21. 4 Ibid. Attempts to justify this refusal cite ethical grounds, maintaining that the book is so outrageous and offensive that it should not be publicly discussed.
Frances Widdowson has a PhD in political science and self-identifies as a. .Her husband is her co-author of their book "Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry:The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation".
Frances Widdowson has a PhD in political science and self-identifies as a Marxist. In this "post-show discussion" video, watch from 13:33 to 15:29.