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Capitalism and Dispossession: Corporate Canada at Home and Abroad (David P Thomas and Veldon Coburn, eds)

Dans le chapitre intitulé "The Gendered Violence of Canadian Extraction", Rebecca Hall explore la dynamique de genre des opérations extractives au Canada. À partir d'un ensemble diversifié d'études de cas, elle analyse la relation entre le foyer, la communauté et le travail, en mettant l'accent sur les relations entre les autochtones et les entreprises, ainsi que sur les dynamiques de type "Fly-in/Fly-Out".  

Capitalism and Dispossession: Corporate Canada at Home and Abroad (David P Thomas and Veldon Coburn, eds)

In the book chapter, "The Gendered Violence of Canadian Extraction", Rebecca Hall explores gender dynamics of extractive operations in Canada. Taking up a diverse set of case studies, she analyzes the relationship between home, community and work, with a focus on Indigenous/corporate relations and Fly-in/Fly-Out dynamics.  

Framing extractive violence as environmental (in)justice: A cross-perspective from indigenous lands in Canada and Sweden

Indigenous Peoples’ Agency Within and Beyond Rights in the Mining Context: The Case of the Schefferville Region

Thériault, S., Bourgeois S. & Boirin-Fargues, Z., 2021, “Indigenous Peoples’ Agency Within and Beyond Rights in the Mining Context: The Case of the Schefferville Region”, Extractive Industries and Society. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2021.100979

Place-based education and extractive industries: Lessons from post-graduate courses in Canada and Fennoscandia

Therrien, A., Lépy, É., Boutet, J-S.,Bouchard, K. & Keeling, A., 2021, “Place-based education and extractive industries: Lessons from post-graduate courses in Canada and Fennoscandia”, Extractive Industries and Society. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2021.100989

“If the reindeer die, everything dies”: The mental health of a Sámi community exposed to a mining project in Swedish Sápmi

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