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Marriage as an instrument of oppression in aboriginal communities

Teressa Ann Nahanee

Marriage as an instrument of oppression in aboriginal communities

by Teressa Ann Nahanee

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Published by National Association of Women and the Law in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Marriage customs and rites -- Canada.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada.,
  • Married women -- Canada.,
  • Marital property -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTeressa Nahanee.
    ContributionsNational Association of Women and the Law.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKE"7722"W6"N24"1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20707378M
    ISBN 100895996457

      Notes ↩ This article has been largely shaped by over a decade of discussions about women’s oppression in Socialist Alternative by many comrades, both women and men. Mick Armstrong and Louise O’Shea in particular helped shape the arguments summed up here. ↩ Engels , p ↩ Sacks , p ↩ Lerner , p ↩ All from the Marxists Internet . Responses to Oppression and Aboriginal Identity. An Investigation of the Multiple Response to Oppression and Implications for Identity among Aboriginal Adolescents. Abstract. In a history characterized by dispossession and oppression since colonization, the responses of Aboriginal people to oppression have typically been presented from an.

    Marriage as an instrument of oppression in aboriginal communities / Teressa Nahanee. KF D6 N34 Reclaiming our way of being: matrimonial real property solutions: position paper / Native Women's Association of Canada. Oppression also refers to a more insidious type of manipulation and control, in this instance involving the subjugation and marginalization of specific groups of people within a country or society, such as: girls and women, boys and men, people of color, religious communities, citizens in poverty, LGBT people, youth and children, and many more.

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