Modernization vs. Aboriginal Traditional Economies Rudi Volti’s book offers 3 chapters which address technological change, work, and the economy. For the most part he considers work-related technological change in societies which have already experienced modernization. For example, when he discusses the technological threat to jobs in historical perspective, he only goes back as far as the Industrial Revolution. Or when he discusses how technology creates jobs, he does so in the context of modern industrial and post-industrial economies. But what about the relationship between technological change (or modernization, more broadly) and the traditional economies of Indigenous peoples? For Written Assignment Option #2 you are required to write a new section for Volti’s chapter 10 (“Technology and Jobs: More of One and Less of the Other?”) in which you discuss the impact of modernization on the traditional economies of Canada’s isolated Northern Aboriginal communities. For this part of your paper you should use the article immediately below. You might want to check-out the numerous links which appear at the end of the article. The Canadian Encyclopedia. 2015 (last updated). Indigenous People: Economic Conditions. http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/aboriginal-people-economic-conditions/ You should include a brief description (no more than 200-250 words) of the current economic status of Canada’s Indigenous peoples in terms of employment/unemployment, income, educational attainment, and community well-being. You will find fairly recent core indicators in the following article: The National Aboriginal Economic Development Board. 2015. The Aboriginal Economic Progress Report 2015.https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/2104954-naedb-progress-report-june-2015.html Assignment Format Requirements: Your paper must be 3-4 pages in length (not including your title page and References page), use 12pt Times New Roman font, double-spacing, and 1” margins. You must provide a title page and a References page. Your paper is worth a maximum of 10% of your final course grade.