Perspectives on the North American Indians

Type
Book
Authors
Mark Nagler ( Nagler, Mark )
 
Category
General Library Collection  [ Browse Items ]
Publication Year
1972 
Publisher
Pages
301 
Subject
Indigenous peoples -- North America -- Social conditions 
Abstract
"This volume of articles provides an analysis of the North American Indians from a primarily sociological perspective. The articles cover a broad range of topics, including cultural change, education, organization, social problems and the impact of urbanization. The authors represent a high level of expertise in their fields, and some of the articles are here published for the first time.

Mark Nagler is at present teaching sociology at McMaster University, specializing in the study of North American Indians."--Back cover. 
Description
 
Biblio Notes
 
Number of Copies

REVIEWS (0) -

No reviews posted yet.

WRITE A REVIEW

Please login to write a review.