Post–secondary and Higher Education of Indigenous Peoples in Canada: Historical, Social, Economic, Cultural, Family–related, and Individual Barriers

The article deals with the issues of post–secondary and higher education of indigenous peoples in Canada. The main objectives are defined as the theoretical analysis of scientific and pedagogical literature highlighting different aspects of the problem under research and identifies of the barriers to obtaining post–secondary and higher education by indigenous peoples. The post–secondary and higher education have been studied by foreign and Ukrainian scientists (Т. Andryushchenko, O. Barabash, N. Bidyuk, B. Burtch, M. Busko, J. Friesen, V. Friesen, S. Honcharenko, V. Kirkness, D. Klyne, O.

Acculturation in law (theoretical, cultural and anthropological aspects)

Rising problem of legal acculturation in general theoretical perspective, highlights the essential characteristics, specifying the types of the process and social conditioning. Particular attention is paid to the advantages and disadvantages of legal acculturation as a process of 165 interaction between legal cultures and legal systems. Attention is focused on the anthropological approach to the process of acculturation, because with this approach we can determine the essential characteristics of the phenomenon.