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This has a major effect on mental health increasing the suicide rate, causing unnecessary deaths.14) Cultural continuitysocial/cultural continuity in a community. Ability to sell. Control of education, policies and practice of social programs15) Indian act of 1869-Colonial legislation that continues to define legal, social, cultural and economic aspects of their lives -Aboriginal people in Canada-Illegal to buy alcohol
-Illegal off reserve to buy alcohol -The law that governs purchase of aboriginals to buy alcohol was repelled16) Indian health (ITU)17)Environmental Justice:1.The protection from environmental degradation2.Prevention of adverse health impacts from deteriorating environmental conditions before the harm occurs3.Mechanisms for assigning culpability and shifting the burden of proof of contamination to polluters not residents4.Redressing the impacts with targeted remedial action and resources18)Globalization:-Refers to the social, economic, political, environmental, demographic and cultural processes that take place within nations, but also transcend them, such that attention limited to locals processes, identities and units of analysis yields incomplete understanding of the local.19)Neoliberalism:-Refers to the changes in economies, politics, production and restructuring of welfare-states. One component of globalization. According to neoliberalism- states should not intervene or regulate markets and economies. The market is best left on its own, free tariffs, regulation and structures, which impede its growth.20)The main risks from climate change:--effects of heat waves and other extreme events (cyclones, floods, storms, wildfires)--changes in patterns of infectious disease--effects on food yields--effects on freshwater supplies--impaired functioning of ecosystems (for example, wetlands as water filters)--displacement of vulnerable populations (for example, low lying island and coastal populations)--loss of livelihoods21) What happened there?1968. The chemical company was spilling mercury into the bay, small animals were being ingested by bigger fish and getting them contaminated. People would catch, eat and sell the fish and get contaminated themselves. This went on until 1968. The first person admitted occurred in 1956, was linked to mercury poisoning in 1958. By 2004, Chisso paid out $86 million in compensation and were ordered to clean up the contaminated sites.