Acta Borealia (1985): Volume 2(1-2)

Volume 2(1-2), 1985
Proceedings of the Guovdageaidnu (Kautokeino) seminar on “minority research from the point of view of the humanities and social sciences”

Bratrein, H.D., Hansen, L.I., Holm-Olsen, I.M. & Mathiesen, P.: Introduction. 2.
Mathiesen, P.: Comments on the Guovdageaidnu seminar. 3-8.
Hansen, L.I.: Sami title to land in Southern Troms, Norway – Approach, method and data in reconstructing Sami rights of the past. 9-28.
Thuen, T.: Acculturation and ethnic survival? 29-45.
Bjørklund, I.: Local history in multi-ethnic context – the case of Kvænangen, Northern Norway. Some remarks on the relationship between history and social anthropology. 47-56.
Drivenes, E-A.: Do social scientists and historians write the same minority histories? 57-66.
Gjerde, A.: Den etno-politiske betydning av lokalhistorisk kunnskap i et lokalsamfunn (Ethno-political impact of historical knowledge in a local community). 67-70.
Magga, O.H.: Språkforskning og språkplanlegging i det samiske samfunnet (Linguistics and language planning in the Sami community). 71-79.
Sara, A.N.: Perspektiver for forskningen ved Nordisk Samisk Institutt. (The Sami Institute in a research perspective). 81-85.
Hoëm, A.: Sami Instituhtta i forskningssamfunnet (The Sami Institute and the community of science). 87-91.

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