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Aboriginal and post-contact traits of the Montagnais-Naskapi culture
Rogers, Edward S.
Thesis (M.A.)--University of New Mexico, 1953.
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Book. Jan ; Lindy Allen argued that much of Aboriginal culture was developed through external contact since Aboriginal culture was too ‘primitive’ to have developed higher level. Edited Book. Monographic Book. Handbook. Textbook. to. English Education & Cultural Studies European Union History Health Science Humanist philosophy The Post-Contact Language Ecology. Kriol. Torres Strait Creole and Torres Strait English.
Aboriginal culture is not a thing of the past, a way of life that is losing its relevance in the face of modernity. However, under pressure from main-stream Canadian institutions, aboriginal people themselves do sometimes express their particular concern that their cultural knowledge and practices are not being maintained to the extent that. Montagnais, Naskapi, and/or Attikamekw are sometimes considered dialects of Cree, but have diverged more than other Cree dialects and are usually considered distinct languages. Cree is written in a unique syllabary which uses shapes to represent consonants and rotates them in the Four Directions to represent vowels.
(88) According to their understanding, the former is a consequence of an "artificial retention of an idealized past" (89) and the cure to it is "cultural development." (90) Presumably, this cultural development will rid Aboriginal peoples of the list of cultural traits the authors identify as the foot of the problem. Aboriginal and Post-Contact Traits of the Montagnais-Naskapi Culture, Edward S. Rogers. PDF. Phonology of the Naze Dialect of Ryukyuan, Jean H. Rogers. PDF. Reflection of Hopi Culture in Hopi Folk Tales, Constance B. Sears. Theses/Dissertations from PDF. A Psychocultural Study of Twenty-Eight Ryukyuan Students, Harry L. Naylor.
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The Montagnais-Naskapi believed that every object and animal in the world around them had its own spirit. Belief in a supreme deity appears not to have been a part of the aboriginal culture, but was evident after Missionization. Religion among the Montagnais-Naskapi.
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NOTE TO THE SECOND EDITION. The followingEssaywasread atthe AnnualMeetingofthe Boston Society ofNaturalHistory, on the 27th ofApril, ,and published bydirection of the Society.
InthepresenteditionIhavemade afew verbal corrections, and added some collateral factsin anAppendix. Ihave takena rapid glance atwhatIconceive tobe thepeculiar traits ofthe Aboriginalrace of America,as .Social networks in Great Whale River; notes on an Eskimo, Montagnais-Naskapi, and Euro-Canadian community by John J Honigmann (Book) 13 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.Book Reviews.
35 I It seems thus that the author's conclusion on the point of floral origin and symbolism does not tend to enhance the impression that other foreign elements never materially influenced the spiritual outlook of the Montagnais-Naskapi.
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