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Globalization and the Circumpolar North

By: Lassi Heininen(Editor), Chris Southcott(Editor)
320 pages, no illustrations
Globalization and the Circumpolar North
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  • Globalization and the Circumpolar North ISBN: 9781602230781 Paperback Jul 2010 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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The circumpolar north has long been the subject of conflicting national aspirations and border disputes, and with the end of the cold war and the coming era of potential resource scarcity, its importance will only grow over the next several decades. Anticipating that renewed prominence, this book brings together an array of scholars to explore the effects of this increased attention, from the new opportunities offered by globalization to the potential damage to long-isolated northern communities and peoples.

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Lassi Heininen is a political scientist and senior scientist at the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland. Chris Southcott is professor of sociology at Lakehead University on Thunder Bay, Ontario, and associate researcher at the Northern Research Institute, Whitehorse, Yukon.

By: Lassi Heininen(Editor), Chris Southcott(Editor)
320 pages, no illustrations
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"[P]rovides a very balanced and well-nuanced approach toward the positive and negative impacts of the changes that the different streams of globalization have brought to the circumpolar north [...] The book goes beyond the notion of 'change' and 'globalization,' but is truly a source of knowledge about the Arctic, its peoples and its histories."
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