Conflict Resolution Practices of Arctic Aboriginal Peoples

Conflict Resolution Quarterly. Special Issue: Colloquy on Indigenous and Local Conflict Resolution Processes. Volume 30, Issue 3, pages 347–367, Spring 2013

Posted: 13 May 2013

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Renée Gendron

Vitae Dynamics

Charlotte Hille

University of Amsterdam - Department of Political Science

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Date Written: April 2, 2013

Abstract

This article presents an overview of the conflict resolution practices of indigenous populations in the Arctic. Among the aboriginal groups discussed are the Inuit, the Aleut, and the Saami. Having presented the conflict resolution methods, the authors discuss the types of conflicts that are currently present in the Arctic, including interpersonal, intercultural, environmental, and economic. The authors argue the need to develop culturally appropriate conflict resolution mechanisms.

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Gendron, Renée and Hille, Charlotte, Conflict Resolution Practices of Arctic Aboriginal Peoples (April 2, 2013). Conflict Resolution Quarterly. Special Issue: Colloquy on Indigenous and Local Conflict Resolution Processes. Volume 30, Issue 3, pages 347–367, Spring 2013, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2263824

Renée Gendron (Contact Author)

Vitae Dynamics ( email )

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Canada

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Charlotte Hille

University of Amsterdam - Department of Political Science ( email )

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Oudezijds Achterburgwal 237
Amsterdam, 1012 DL
Netherlands

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