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But this is lost in the dust bath. Throughout their diatribe, the authors refuse to capitalize "aboriginal," a term that conveys more than simply race but also political status signalling their refusal to acknowledge the uniqueness of Aboriginal status. They insist on placing italics around Aboriginal "leaders.
Together, these ingredients provide a recipe for utter inanity. Although it would be easy to dismiss this stale mixture of right-wing sanctimoniousness and moral hysteria as predictable, the work offers one surprise — just when you think it can't get any worse, it does! Upon digesting the interminable, hackneyed prose, slapped-together overgeneralizations, and annoyingly exaggerated and antiquated rhetoric, one feels at once esthetically assaulted, physically dyspeptic and intellectually debased, desperately in need of a brain-shower and a redemptive re-reading of McMaster University anthropologist Wayne Warry's Ending Denial: Understanding Aboriginal Issues.
As a testament to mediocrity and in the tradition of providing quick and trite answers to questions of mammoth complexity, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry represents yet another example of the blind leading the stupid.
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Ironically, the book succeeds only in bearing forth the dismally slow evolution of two pseudo-scholars, who, after many years of solid and consistent criticism of their work, steadfastly refuse to remove their opposable thumbs from their ears in an honest effort to pull up their own bootstraps and progress out of some very stagnant ponds of thought. Apparently, it ain't just a river in Egypt. Kathy Buddle is a non-Native professor of cultural anthropology at the University of Manitoba. Widdowson and Howard are speaking at a. You can comment on most stories on The Winnipeg Free Press website.
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Frances Widdowson ; Albert Howard. This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title By examining the root causes of aboriginal problems, Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard expose the industry that has grown up around land claim settlements, showing that aboriginal policy development over the past thirty years has been manipulated by non-aboriginal lawyers and consultants. About the Author : CA Review : "Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry does an excellent job of pointing out logical inconsistencies in the Aboriginal political movement - a matter of great practical as well as academic importance.
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