Integrated Dis-Integration: Employment Structure of First Nations Communities on the Prairies Relative to their Local Regions
Canadian Indian/Native Studies Association
An exploratory study of the employment specialization/diversity of Prairie First Nations Communities (FNCs) in relation to the employment structure of five comparative settlement system base profiles that are found within their local regions. The FNCs are classified according to levels of settlement system integration. Findings reveal considerable differences in the employment structures at all levels of settlement system integration; a problem that is summarized as the paradox of integrated disintegration.
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Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Employment
Townshend, I. & MacLachlan, I. (2004). Integrated Dis-Integration: Employment Structure of First Nations Communities on the Prairies Relative to their Local Regions. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 24(1), 91-127.