Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Northern Studies 1111 and 3211 Description: An integrated and multidisciplinary understanding of the circumpolar peoples and their adaptations and contributions to social, economic, political, and environmental changes are introduced. Also included are an introduction to Aboriginal cultures, a discussion of the Western presence in the circumpolar regions, and an examination of contemporary northern peoples. Consideration is given to culture/ethnicity, gender issues, media and journalism, national and regional identity, and international connections and co-operation. Notes: (University of the Arctic BCS322)

Northern Studies 3212 Peoples and Cultures II

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Northern Studies 1111 and 3211 Description: An integrated and multidisciplinary understanding of the circumpolar peoples and their adaptations and contributions to social, economic, political, and environmental changes are introduced. Also included are an introduction to Aboriginal cultures, a discussion of the Western presence in the circumpolar regions, and an examination of contemporary northern peoples. Consideration is given to culture/ethnicity, gender issues, media and journalism, national and regional identity, and international connections and co-operation. Notes: (University of the Arctic BCS322)




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