The Relationship Nation State - Minority – a Northern Example: Assimilation of the Sami in Early 20th Century

In the EU alone, there are 40 million people speaking another language than the main language of the state they belong to. In this case study you will learn about the relationship between states and minorities through a case study on the Sami in the Finnmark county in northern Norway. The Sami are an indigenous people living in the northern parts of Scandinavia, Finland and Russia.

 

 

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