Barents Studies 2/2014                                                                                           

 

Table of Contents

 

Editorial

On the way
Larissa Riabova

 
Articles

How neighbours communicate: the role of language in border relations
Sonni Olsen                                                                    

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Social licence for the utilization of wild berries in the context of local traditional rights and the interests of the berry industry
Rainer Peltola, Ville Hallikainen, Seija Tuulentie, Arto Naskali, Outi Manninen and Jukka Similä

 

Research Communication

Strategic planning at the municipal level: Russian challenges and Nordic practices
Vladimir Dyadik

 

Book review

Science and politics intertwined – Case studies from the polar regions (Hanna Lempinen)
Book review: Sverker Sörlin (ed.) Science, Geopolitics and Culture in the Polar Regions: Norden Beyond Borders

 

Young researchers of the Barents Region

The Sámi became naturized in the wake of the territorial colonization
Tore Anderson Hjulman

The purpose of social policy in the Northern and Arctic regions of Russia should be to improve the quality of human capital by investing in the well-being of the population
Elena Korchak

 
My research focus is to understand social aspects of nature-based tourism in relation to local practices
Gaute Svensson
 
Cultural, social and political ideas and practices are often shaped by religion
Sandra Wallenius-Korkalo