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Sámi Children’s Images of Identity

A Matter of Relations
  • Gunnar Jonsson
  • Ida-Maria Svonni
Part of the Transgressions: Cultural Studies and Education book series (TRANS, volume 107)

Abstract

Culture is created, transformed and developed in interaction between people. Sometimes cultures melt together, sometimes cultures retain their distinctiveness. For thousands of years, people in the northern areas that today are known as Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia, have been living side by side.

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  • Gunnar Jonsson
  • Ida-Maria Svonni

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