The Culture of Hunting in Canada

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The Culture of Hunting in Canada
Author : Jean L. Manore
File Size : 55,7 Mb
Publisher : UBC Press
Language : English
Release Date : 01 November 2011
ISBN : 9780774840064
Pages : 288 pages
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The Culture of Hunting in Canada by Jean L. Manore Book PDF Summary

The Culture of Hunting in Canada covers elements of the history of hunting from the pre-colonial period until the present in all parts of Canada and features essays by practitioners and scholars of hunting and by pro- and anti-hunting lobbyists. The result crosses the boundaries between scholarship and personal reflection, and between academia and advocacy. Topics include hunting identities; conservation and its relationship to hunting; tensions between hunters and non-hunters and between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal hunting groups; hunting ethics; debates over hunting practices and regulations; animal rights; and gun control. This book makes an unprecedented contribution to the study of hunting in Canada and its role in our culture.

The Culture of Hunting in Canada

The Culture of Hunting in Canada covers elements of the history of hunting from the pre-colonial period until the present in all parts of Canada and features essays by practitioners and scholars of hunting and by pro- and anti-hunting lobbyists. The result crosses the boundaries between scholarship and personal reflection,

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The Culture of Hunting in Canada

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