Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada uses sport as a lens through which to examine issues such as individual and community health, gender and race relations, culture and colonialism, and self-determination and agency. In this groundbreaking volume, leading scholars offer a multidisciplinary perspective on how unequal power relations influence the ability of Aboriginal people in Canada to implement their own visions for sport. The diverse analyses illuminate how Aboriginal people employ sport as a venue through which to assert their cultural identities and find a positive space for themselves and upcoming generations in contemporary Canadian society.Gottfred, A. 2000. On the question of female voyageurs. ... Dene Games: A Cultural and Resource Manual. Yellowknife: Sport North Federation. a. 2002. ... A Wilder West: Rodeo in Western Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press. Kelm, M., and L.
|Title||:||Aboriginal Peoples and Sport in Canada|
|Author||:||Janice Forsyth, Audrey R. Giles|
|Publisher||:||UBC Press - 2012-12-25|