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Dances with dependency : out of poverty through self-reliance, Calvin Helin

Label
Dances with dependency : out of poverty through self-reliance
Title
Dances with dependency
Title remainder
out of poverty through self-reliance
Statement of responsibility
Calvin Helin
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CASSC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1959-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Helin, Calvin
Dewey number
323.1197
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
E91
LC item number
.H45 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
Label
Dances with dependency : out of poverty through self-reliance, Calvin Helin
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The original edition of this book, titled Dances with dependency: indigenous success through self-reliance, was published in 2006"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-308) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 35
  • 116
  • Free Money? Lottery Winners without the Windfall
  • 120
  • From Interdependence to Utter Nonsense
  • 122
  • Indian Crabs: The Phenomenon of Lateral Violence
  • 124
  • American Dream?
  • 125
  • 8
  • Courage to Face the Unpleasant
  • Economic Impacts of the Welfare Trap
  • 127
  • "Shaman Economics" and Economic Isolation
  • 127
  • Federal Tunnel Vision
  • 132
  • Copying a Bad Precedent
  • 134
  • No Market, No Risk, No Attention
  • 135
  • 36
  • Economic Decision-making with Third Party Money
  • 139
  • 9
  • Welfare Trap and Political Pathologies
  • 141
  • State of Aboriginal Democracy
  • 141
  • A Rising Call for Governance Reform
  • 148
  • Aboriginal Elites and Government Lateral Violence
  • A Universal Message of Self-Reliance
  • 152
  • Corruption, Nepotism, and Abuse of Power
  • 155
  • Mismanagement
  • 158
  • Indian "Misery" Industry
  • 160
  • 4
  • Fourth Wave: A Way Out of the Storm
  • 10
  • 40
  • From Grievance to Development Mode: An Agenda for Action
  • 165
  • Asking the Right Question
  • 165
  • Aboriginal Starting Point: Moving Forward from a Realistic Position
  • 167
  • Economic Integration
  • 171
  • An Agenda for Action
  • 172
  • 1
  • Dual Strategies: Communities vs. Urban Populations
  • 175
  • Wai Wah, America
  • 175
  • 11
  • Opportunity
  • 177
  • Booming and Growing Aboriginal Business Sector
  • 177
  • Resource Development a Major Driver
  • Demographic Tsunami: Major Problem or Urgent Opportunity?
  • 178
  • Aboriginal Asset Base and Leverage
  • 184
  • Land
  • 184
  • Cash
  • 184
  • Labor Force
  • 184
  • Development Leverage Over Traditional Territories: Consultation and Accommodation Requirements
  • 2
  • 186
  • Building Capacity through Government Procurement and Private Sector Set-asides and Preference Buying
  • 189
  • Government
  • 189
  • Private Sector Minority Supplier Diversity Programs
  • 190
  • 12
  • Barriers to Aboriginal Economic Development ...and the Way Forward
  • 191
  • Looming Crisis No One Knows About
  • Inherent Barriers
  • 191
  • Systemic Barriers
  • 197
  • Creating an Attractive Development Framework
  • 197
  • Importance of Local Control (Sovereignty) and Stability
  • 199
  • Reform is in the Works
  • 201
  • 43
  • 13
  • Role of Education in Building Sustainable Economies
  • 203
  • Developing a Strategic Economic Plan and a Focussed Education Policy
  • 206
  • Current Status of Aboriginal Education
  • 210
  • Building on Models and Innovation
  • 212
  • 14
  • 1
  • Demographic Tsunami
  • Economic Models to Build On
  • 217
  • An International Perspective
  • 217
  • New Zealand Maori
  • 217
  • Alaska's Native Americans
  • 226
  • Mississipi Choctaws
  • 227
  • 43
  • Community and Corporate Models in Canada: A Win/Win Standard
  • 229
  • Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association
  • 230
  • Membertou First Nation
  • 231
  • Osoyoos Indian Band
  • 233
  • Corporate Leadership: Examples of ATCO Group and Akita Drilling Ltd
  • 235
  • Opposing Demographic Trends
  • 15
  • Way Forward for Urban Aboriginals
  • 239
  • Limited Financial Resources
  • 241
  • Strangers in a Strange Land
  • 242
  • Addressing the Problems
  • 244
  • Retaining the Connection to Home Communities
  • 44
  • 244
  • Education and Training
  • 249
  • Elementary and Secondary
  • 249
  • Post-secondary
  • 250
  • 15
  • Way Forward for Urban Aboriginals cont'd
  • Housing
  • American Demographic Tsunami
  • 251
  • Political Voice
  • 251
  • 16
  • Making up for Lost Time
  • 255
  • A Way Forward for America
  • 265
  • Northern Mirage
  • 20
  • 49
  • Grampa and Granny Helin
  • 28
  • Raven and the First Men
  • 34
  • Gaax Flies
  • 38
  • Eagle (Xsgyiik) Transforming Totem
  • 46
  • Chief and Wife Look out to Sea in front of Tribal Long House
  • 52
  • 3
  • Aurora Harmony
  • 68
  • Gwis'nagmgyemk
  • 72
  • Txadox (Tsimshian Potlatch)
  • 76
  • Mystery Chief
  • 84
  • Gaax Village
  • 90
  • Implications of Demographic Trends
  • Gaax and 'Neext Ascend
  • 106
  • Xsgyiik Rising at Dusk
  • 118
  • Spirit Bear Magic
  • 130
  • Spirit of the Forest
  • 138
  • 'Neext Hunts
  • 144
  • 53
  • Spirit Bear (Mooksgm'ol)
  • 170
  • Spirit Bear Traditional Design
  • 174
  • Raven Steals the Sun
  • 180
  • A Time for Telling Tsimshian Legends
  • 196
  • Eagle, Book, Feather
  • 208
  • Economic Bomb
  • Contentment
  • 220
  • Tsimshian Eagle
  • 224
  • City of Eagles
  • 246
  • Voices in the Wilderness
  • 257
  • I Had a Dream...
  • 53
  • A Clear Message to Aboriginal Leaders
  • 54
  • Urgent Need for Aboriginal Labor
  • 55
  • Summary of Fiscal Impact
  • 58
  • Impact on Taxpayers: The Demographic Tsunami
  • 59
  • A Wake-Up Call for America
  • 23
  • 60
  • 2
  • A First and Second Wave: From Self-Reliance to Colonialism
  • 4
  • First Wave: Indigenous Development Prior to Contact
  • 65
  • Aboriginal Existence Prior to European Contact: 9,600 Year Canoe Journey
  • 65
  • Populations and Social Structures Maintained by Natural Resources
  • 66
  • A Front Row Seat
  • Political Institutions
  • 70
  • Social Structure
  • 74
  • Philosophical and Spiritual Views
  • 77
  • Indigenous Economies
  • 80
  • Lessons from Aboriginal Ancestors
  • 81
  • 25
  • Self-Reliance, Self Discipline and Leadership
  • 82
  • Mindset or Attitude
  • 85
  • Cultural Cooperation or Synchronization
  • 86
  • 5
  • Second Wave: At Sea in the Colonial Storm
  • 87
  • Impact of Contact
  • Responding to a Challenge
  • 87
  • Colonization
  • 88
  • Law as the Tool for Colonial Demands
  • 93
  • Achieving "Social Reform" through Law and Policy
  • 94
  • Residential Schools
  • 97
  • Disease
  • 26
  • 97
  • 3
  • Impacts of the Third Wave: Cultures and Communities in Disarray
  • 6
  • Social Impacts of the Welfare Trap
  • 103
  • A Government History of Encouraging Dependency
  • 108
  • Why So Many Social Pathologies?
  • 110
  • Raven's Call
  • Impact on Youth and Women
  • 110
  • Impacts on General Aboriginal Population
  • 112
  • A Looming American Crisis
  • 114
  • 7
  • External Expressions of Internalized Dependency
  • 115
  • Culture of Expectancy
Control code
ocn173204010
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
313 pages
Isbn
9781932824070
Lccn
2007933952
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • 323.1197 H367 ; P ; XX-N ; C0804QU3(LI).
  • Subtitle. TS
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 173204010
  • (Sirsi) 173204010
  • (OCoLC)173204010
Label
Dances with dependency : out of poverty through self-reliance, Calvin Helin
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The original edition of this book, titled Dances with dependency: indigenous success through self-reliance, was published in 2006"--T.p. verso
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 295-308) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 35
  • 116
  • Free Money? Lottery Winners without the Windfall
  • 120
  • From Interdependence to Utter Nonsense
  • 122
  • Indian Crabs: The Phenomenon of Lateral Violence
  • 124
  • American Dream?
  • 125
  • 8
  • Courage to Face the Unpleasant
  • Economic Impacts of the Welfare Trap
  • 127
  • "Shaman Economics" and Economic Isolation
  • 127
  • Federal Tunnel Vision
  • 132
  • Copying a Bad Precedent
  • 134
  • No Market, No Risk, No Attention
  • 135
  • 36
  • Economic Decision-making with Third Party Money
  • 139
  • 9
  • Welfare Trap and Political Pathologies
  • 141
  • State of Aboriginal Democracy
  • 141
  • A Rising Call for Governance Reform
  • 148
  • Aboriginal Elites and Government Lateral Violence
  • A Universal Message of Self-Reliance
  • 152
  • Corruption, Nepotism, and Abuse of Power
  • 155
  • Mismanagement
  • 158
  • Indian "Misery" Industry
  • 160
  • 4
  • Fourth Wave: A Way Out of the Storm
  • 10
  • 40
  • From Grievance to Development Mode: An Agenda for Action
  • 165
  • Asking the Right Question
  • 165
  • Aboriginal Starting Point: Moving Forward from a Realistic Position
  • 167
  • Economic Integration
  • 171
  • An Agenda for Action
  • 172
  • 1
  • Dual Strategies: Communities vs. Urban Populations
  • 175
  • Wai Wah, America
  • 175
  • 11
  • Opportunity
  • 177
  • Booming and Growing Aboriginal Business Sector
  • 177
  • Resource Development a Major Driver
  • Demographic Tsunami: Major Problem or Urgent Opportunity?
  • 178
  • Aboriginal Asset Base and Leverage
  • 184
  • Land
  • 184
  • Cash
  • 184
  • Labor Force
  • 184
  • Development Leverage Over Traditional Territories: Consultation and Accommodation Requirements
  • 2
  • 186
  • Building Capacity through Government Procurement and Private Sector Set-asides and Preference Buying
  • 189
  • Government
  • 189
  • Private Sector Minority Supplier Diversity Programs
  • 190
  • 12
  • Barriers to Aboriginal Economic Development ...and the Way Forward
  • 191
  • Looming Crisis No One Knows About
  • Inherent Barriers
  • 191
  • Systemic Barriers
  • 197
  • Creating an Attractive Development Framework
  • 197
  • Importance of Local Control (Sovereignty) and Stability
  • 199
  • Reform is in the Works
  • 201
  • 43
  • 13
  • Role of Education in Building Sustainable Economies
  • 203
  • Developing a Strategic Economic Plan and a Focussed Education Policy
  • 206
  • Current Status of Aboriginal Education
  • 210
  • Building on Models and Innovation
  • 212
  • 14
  • 1
  • Demographic Tsunami
  • Economic Models to Build On
  • 217
  • An International Perspective
  • 217
  • New Zealand Maori
  • 217
  • Alaska's Native Americans
  • 226
  • Mississipi Choctaws
  • 227
  • 43
  • Community and Corporate Models in Canada: A Win/Win Standard
  • 229
  • Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association
  • 230
  • Membertou First Nation
  • 231
  • Osoyoos Indian Band
  • 233
  • Corporate Leadership: Examples of ATCO Group and Akita Drilling Ltd
  • 235
  • Opposing Demographic Trends
  • 15
  • Way Forward for Urban Aboriginals
  • 239
  • Limited Financial Resources
  • 241
  • Strangers in a Strange Land
  • 242
  • Addressing the Problems
  • 244
  • Retaining the Connection to Home Communities
  • 44
  • 244
  • Education and Training
  • 249
  • Elementary and Secondary
  • 249
  • Post-secondary
  • 250
  • 15
  • Way Forward for Urban Aboriginals cont'd
  • Housing
  • American Demographic Tsunami
  • 251
  • Political Voice
  • 251
  • 16
  • Making up for Lost Time
  • 255
  • A Way Forward for America
  • 265
  • Northern Mirage
  • 20
  • 49
  • Grampa and Granny Helin
  • 28
  • Raven and the First Men
  • 34
  • Gaax Flies
  • 38
  • Eagle (Xsgyiik) Transforming Totem
  • 46
  • Chief and Wife Look out to Sea in front of Tribal Long House
  • 52
  • 3
  • Aurora Harmony
  • 68
  • Gwis'nagmgyemk
  • 72
  • Txadox (Tsimshian Potlatch)
  • 76
  • Mystery Chief
  • 84
  • Gaax Village
  • 90
  • Implications of Demographic Trends
  • Gaax and 'Neext Ascend
  • 106
  • Xsgyiik Rising at Dusk
  • 118
  • Spirit Bear Magic
  • 130
  • Spirit of the Forest
  • 138
  • 'Neext Hunts
  • 144
  • 53
  • Spirit Bear (Mooksgm'ol)
  • 170
  • Spirit Bear Traditional Design
  • 174
  • Raven Steals the Sun
  • 180
  • A Time for Telling Tsimshian Legends
  • 196
  • Eagle, Book, Feather
  • 208
  • Economic Bomb
  • Contentment
  • 220
  • Tsimshian Eagle
  • 224
  • City of Eagles
  • 246
  • Voices in the Wilderness
  • 257
  • I Had a Dream...
  • 53
  • A Clear Message to Aboriginal Leaders
  • 54
  • Urgent Need for Aboriginal Labor
  • 55
  • Summary of Fiscal Impact
  • 58
  • Impact on Taxpayers: The Demographic Tsunami
  • 59
  • A Wake-Up Call for America
  • 23
  • 60
  • 2
  • A First and Second Wave: From Self-Reliance to Colonialism
  • 4
  • First Wave: Indigenous Development Prior to Contact
  • 65
  • Aboriginal Existence Prior to European Contact: 9,600 Year Canoe Journey
  • 65
  • Populations and Social Structures Maintained by Natural Resources
  • 66
  • A Front Row Seat
  • Political Institutions
  • 70
  • Social Structure
  • 74
  • Philosophical and Spiritual Views
  • 77
  • Indigenous Economies
  • 80
  • Lessons from Aboriginal Ancestors
  • 81
  • 25
  • Self-Reliance, Self Discipline and Leadership
  • 82
  • Mindset or Attitude
  • 85
  • Cultural Cooperation or Synchronization
  • 86
  • 5
  • Second Wave: At Sea in the Colonial Storm
  • 87
  • Impact of Contact
  • Responding to a Challenge
  • 87
  • Colonization
  • 88
  • Law as the Tool for Colonial Demands
  • 93
  • Achieving "Social Reform" through Law and Policy
  • 94
  • Residential Schools
  • 97
  • Disease
  • 26
  • 97
  • 3
  • Impacts of the Third Wave: Cultures and Communities in Disarray
  • 6
  • Social Impacts of the Welfare Trap
  • 103
  • A Government History of Encouraging Dependency
  • 108
  • Why So Many Social Pathologies?
  • 110
  • Raven's Call
  • Impact on Youth and Women
  • 110
  • Impacts on General Aboriginal Population
  • 112
  • A Looming American Crisis
  • 114
  • 7
  • External Expressions of Internalized Dependency
  • 115
  • Culture of Expectancy
Control code
ocn173204010
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
313 pages
Isbn
9781932824070
Lccn
2007933952
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
  • 323.1197 H367 ; P ; XX-N ; C0804QU3(LI).
  • Subtitle. TS
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 173204010
  • (Sirsi) 173204010
  • (OCoLC)173204010

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