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CBU/MRC - Article #277 MRC 2000-277-1166
Examines the adaptive strategies of the Mi'kmaq in the face of changing environmental and societal influences. Takes an in-depth look at the importance of the St. Anne's Mission as a way of reinforcing cultural survival in terms of: Mi'kmaw social 'networking', the power of 'magic', child rearing, social control, and the changing roles of men and women in Mi'kmaw society.