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  • Author:
    Andrys Onsman
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    Edwin Mellen Pr (April 1, 2004)
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    244 pages
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Onsman (Australian indigenous studies, Monash . Melbourne) was born in Frislân, one of the Netherlands.

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In his case study of the Free Frisians, influenced by Richard A.Andrys Onsman (2004) argues that indigeneity has two basic aspects: political and personal.

Andrys Onsman (2004) argues that indigeneity has two basic aspects: political and personal. The first includes the legal and the economic aspects of indigeneity; and the second includes the social, the spiritual and the educational. Do you agree with this classification? Reference. Defining Indigeneity in the Twenty-First Century: A Case Study of the Free Frisians. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Monash Indigenous Studies Centre. Place of Publication. Lewiston USA. Publisher. The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd. Number of pages. 1 edn, The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd, Lewiston USA. Defining Indigeneity in the Twenty-First Century : A Case Study of the Frisians. 1 ed. Lewiston USA : The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd, 2004.

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Onsman (Australian indigenous studies, Monash U., Melbourne) was born in Frislân, one of the Netherlands, and takes his native people as a case study to investigate the nature of indigeneity as the notion and implications of it become important in international affairs. He weaves his study around seven interviews--one in English, five in Dutch, and one in Frisian. His topics include indigenous identity as a political construct, the archaeology of identity, the recognized identity, the assumed identity, the politics of freedom, and identity in language. He concludes that Frisians can be considered indigenous as along as indigeneity is not imbued with qualities derived from tribalism or primitivism, is not posited as an opposite to modernity, and does not seek to define people through otherness. The interviews themselves are appended. The text is double spaced. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)