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Thomas Flanagan and Alan Cairns Debate on aboriginal policy Submitted by: Name Course Institution Thomas Flanagan and Alan Cairns Debate On Aboriginal Policy Aboriginal and non-aboriginal rights and relations have been among the most contentious and widely debated issues in Canada. Successive governments have tried to resolve this issues by adopting differing policies on what constitutes the rights of the aboriginal people and their relation to the ordinary Canadian population. These legislations include the Indian act adopted in 1876 which was among the first adopted policies on the rights of the Canadian aboriginal people (Uribe 2010).  Another is the constitution act of 1982 section 35 which recognized various rights for the Canadian aboriginal population who include Indians the Inuit and Metis on self-government (Hurley & Wherrett 2009). The royal commission act of 1996 adopted a policy to distinguish the Canadian aboriginal population from the ordinary Canadian population. The act after the Royal Commission. McGill LJ  46 615. Cairns A. C. (2000). Citizens plus: Aboriginal peoples and the Canadian state. Vancouver: UBC Press. Cairns A. & Flanagan T. (2001). An exchange. Inroads  10 101-122. Fast E. & Collin-Vézina D. (2010). Historical trauma race-based trauma and resilience of indigenous peoples: A literature review. First Peoples Child & Family Review  5(1) 126-136. Flanagan T. (2000). First nations? Second thoughts. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.Flanagan T. (2008). First nations? Second thoughts. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. Hurley M. C. & Wherrett J. (2009). Aboriginal self-government. Library of Parliament Parliamentary Information and Research Service. Murphy M. (2000). The Canadian Journal of Sociology / Cahiers Canadiens De Sociologie  25(4) 517-520. Doi: 10.2307/3341612 Palys T. (1993). Considerations for Achieving “Aboriginal Justice” in Canada. In annual meetings of the Western Association of Sociology and Anthropology Vancouver BC. Uribe J. (2010). A study on the relationship between Canadian Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian State. Canadian Foundation for the Americas. [...]

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Outline the debate between Thomas Flanagan and Alan Cairns on aboriginal policy. Where do you position yourself in terms of this debate? Include 5 scholarly sources (make sure any sources you use are included in the bibliography)

Subject Area: Sociology

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