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Unformatted text preview: about in the final paper. Although all of the articles have expressed a reasonable and solid understanding of oral history, what we do not know is their point of view how cultural property can affect the youth suicide and universal ownership. In my essay, I will look at the topic of cultural property and its effects on universal ownership and youth suicide. Work Cited Hsllett, Darcy, Michael J. Chandler, and Christopher E. Lalonde. Aboriginal Language Knowledge and Youth Suicide. Cognitive Development 22(2007): 392-399 Michael J. Chandler&Christopher Lalonde. Cultural Continuity as a Hedge Against Suicide in Canada’s First Nations. Debenport Erin, The potential Complexity of ‘Universal Ownership’: Cultural Property, Textual Circulation, and Linguistic Fieldwork. Language&Comminication30(2010):204-210...
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- Spring '10
- Affect, Reason, Youth Suicide In Aboriginal Language Knowledge