An efficacious remedy for status inequality? : Indigenous policies in Norway and Sweden

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”Ethnic policies” – remedy for between-group inequalities?
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Politics, Groups, and Identities. Taylor & Francis. ISSN 2156-5503. eISSN 2156-5511. Available under: doi: 10.1080/21565503.2024.2331726
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Most states publicly support the recognition of Indigenous rights. Nevertheless, their domestic policies to address Indigenous rights issues vary considerably across countries. So far, research has not committed itself to investigating the consequences of different Indigenous policies on the peoples concerned and their social status. Do policy contexts that accommodate Indigenous rights firmly contribute to status equality between Indigenous people and the ethnic majority? I study this question in the case of Norway and Sweden. These countries host one Indigenous people – the Sámi – but pursue diverging Indigenous policies. Using new survey data, I show that, despite the absence of material inequalities, there is a clear gap in the social status perceptions between Indigenous and majority respondents in Sweden. In Norway, I do not find that Sámi’s perception of their social position is lower than the majority's. The results suggest that the Swedish policies governing the recognition of Sámi rights are less effective in resolving unequal status perceptions.

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Indigenous policies, social status, perceptions of inequality, Sámi people, Norway
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ISO 690BERGMANN, Fabian, 2024. An efficacious remedy for status inequality? : Indigenous policies in Norway and Sweden. In: Politics, Groups, and Identities. Taylor & Francis. ISSN 2156-5503. eISSN 2156-5511. Available under: doi: 10.1080/21565503.2024.2331726
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