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Inuit recreation and cultural change [microform]: a case study of the effects of acculturative change on Tununirmiut lifestyle and recreation patterns Open Access
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Inuit, Administration by Others
Inuit--Nunavut--Baffin Island Rgion--Recreation.
Eskimos, Administration by Others
Indians of North America--Nunavut--Baffin Island Region.
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University of Alberta
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Adams, Dennis Lloyd.
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Department of Physical Education
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Master of Arts
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Investigates contemporary Inuit recreation patterns as results of intercultural contact between traditional Tununirmiut Inuit and Euro-Canadian cultures in the NWT.
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