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By B. Sautman

ISBN-10: 0230601197

ISBN-13: 9780230601192

ISBN-10: 1349536431

ISBN-13: 9781349536436

This quantity engages the idea that and comparable notions of cultural hegemony, cultural erosion, cultural hybridity and cultural survival via contemplating even if 5 regimes in Asia installation guidelines geared toward extirpating the language, faith, arts, customs or different components of the cultures of non-dominant peoples.

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22 Tired of being victimized and defined as passive object with inferior lifestyles and customs, the contemporary Hokkaido Ainu are taking matters into their own hands. Display of the Hokkaido Ainu Material Culture and Lifestyle One way chosen by them is to put themselves and their culture on display. This approach includes inviting the larger public to buy Ainu made products, watching the Ainu manufacturing them, and allowing the public to experiment in manufacturing these products. Furthermore, during these events the larger public is also given opportunities to learn about Hokkaido Ainu mythology, ritual and history, to taste Ainu food and, to live in their homes.

Inuit accuse fur activists of ‘cultural genocide,’ ” Toronto Star, July 27, 1989, p. A22. 127. “Martin stumbles out of the gate,” Toronto Star, April 29, 2003, p. D01. 128. “Indigenous group slams holy divide,” Townsville Bulletin (New Zealand), October 29, 2001, p. 2. 129. “Strange defense by Saudis,” Turkish Daily News, January 10, 2002. 130. M. Guerrin, “Front tries to seize cultural high ground,” Manchester Guardian, February 23, 1992, p. 14; Allison Tarmann, “The flap over replacement migration,” Population Today, Vol.

Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland Press, 1997). The assault had, in common with other colonial infringements, dispossession 34 BARRY SAUTMAN 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. facilitated by an assumption that Australia was terra nullius (no one’s land), even though the land is the situs of Aboriginal spiritual life and culture. Genevieve Lloyd, “No one’s land: Australia and the philosophical imagination,” Hypatia, Vol. 15, no. 2 (2000), pp. 26–39. Henry Reynolds, An indelible stain?

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