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Tables and Figures Acknowledgments Introduction: The Focus of Aboriginal Conditions / Jerry P.White Part 1: Thinking Outside the Box: Building Models Based onCommunities / Jerry P. White 1. Social Capital, Social Cohesion, and Population Outcomes inCanada's First Nations Communities / Jerry P. White and PaulS. Maxim Part 2: The Limits of Our Knowledge and the Need to RefineUnderstandings / Jerry P. White 2. Perils and Pitfalls of Aboriginal Demography: Lessons Learnedfrom the RCAP Projections / Don Kerr, Eric Guimond, and Mary JaneNorris 3. Impacts of the 1985 Amendments to the Indian Act on First NationsPopulations / Stewart Clatworthy 4. Changing Ethnicity: The Concept of Ethnic Drifters / EricGuimond 5 . Aboriginal Mobility and Migration Patterns and the PolicyImplications / Mary Jane Norris, Marty Cooke, and StewartClatworthy Part 3: Confronting Culture with Science: Language andPublic Policy / Jerry P. White 6 . Aboriginal Language Retention and Socio-Economic Development:Theory and Practice / Erin O'Sullivan 7. Aboriginal Language Transmission and Maintenance in Families:Results of an Intergenerational and Gender-Based Analysis for Canada,1996 / Mary Jane Norris and Karen MacCon Part 4: Measuring and Predicting Capacity and Development /Jerry P. White 8. An Application of the United Nations Human Development Index toRegistered Indians in Canada, 1996 / Daniel Beavon and MartinCooke 9. Dispersion and Polarization of Income among Aboriginal andNon-Aboriginal Canadians / Paul S. Maxim, Jerry P. White, and DanBeavon 10. Toward an Index of Community Capacity: Predicting CommunityPotential for Successful Program Transfer / Paul S. Maxim and JerryP. White Conclusion: The Research-Policy Nexus -- What Have We Learned? /Jerry P. White Notes on Contributors Index

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Social science researchers from both within and outside of governmentcollaborate to examine how research can and should be used as afoundation for the development of public policy.

About the Author

Jerry White is Chair of the Sociology Department atthe University of Western Ontario. Paul Maxim is Associate Dean(Research) at the University of Western Ontario, and DanBeavon is Director of the Strategic Research and AnalysisDirectorate, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.

Reviews

Grounded in recent research, this book successfully identifies key issues bearing on the current social challenges Aboriginal people face in Canada. -- Nathalie Piquemal, Faculty of Education, University of Manitoba * Great Plains Research, Spring 2005 * The authors of Aboriginal Conditions are unapologetically quantitative in their approach, and, it must be said, sophisticatedly and successfully so. Ultimately, I think this book represents an important addition to any serious discussions regarding Aboriginal issues in Canada and I highly recommend its adoption in any number of courses with Aboriginal issues content. -- Chris Anderson, School of Native Studies, University of Edmonton * The American Review of Canadian Studies, Spring 2005 *

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