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Nisga'a: integrity within a nation
Theodore Allen Gosnell (author)Raymond Cox (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
This project will present a conceptual analysis of the integrity of the Nisga'a Nation's cultural system. In addition, Werner Erhard, Michael Jensen, & Steve Zaffron's theory on integrity will form the foundation of the conceptual analysis their research on integrity is highly regarded, phenomenal, and brand-new. The analysis will focus on significant components of Nisga'a culture using: books, articles, and testimonials that support the structural integrity of the nation as identified by the Nisga'a and examples of some significant recollections throughout their history (and of the author of this project) that affirm the existence and importance of integrity within the nation. This project is not meant to represent all that exists within the Nisga'a system but only to spur future research on something as simple as honoring our word or more importantly how the Nisga'a honor their word since time immemorial. --Leaf iii.
The original print copy of this thesis may be available here: http://wizard.unbc.ca/record=b1953230
Niska Indians.Integrity.Nisga'a Nation -- Leadership.