Perspectives on Globalization explores the origins of globalization, the implications of economic globalization, and the impact of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights, and quality of life. Using an inquiry model of analysis and an engaging and varied presentation of content, this text encourages students to be aware of their capability to effect changes in their communities, Canada's pluralistic society, and the world. Chapter two contains information about the Métis and the Michif language, as well as a feature about Maori singer Moana Maniapoto. Additional content includes Oka, Ipperwash, Burnt Church, residential schools, Aboriginal women, storytelling, Indigenous Peoples, AMMSA, Native Women's Association, U'mista Cultural Society, Six Nations Confederacy, Australia's stolen generation, Land Rights, and RCAP. Developed for G11 Social Studies students in Alberta. Textbook features include Chapter Focus, Inquiry Focus, Think About It, Perspectives, Fast Fact, Explore the Issues, Job Link, Case Study.