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- 4Eskimos, Administration by Others
- 4Inuit, Administration by Others
- 4Northwest Territories
Masters thesis investigating the relationship between education and work adjustment among male Eskimos in the NWT.
Inuit recreation and cultural change [microform]: a case study of the effects of acculturative change on Tununirmiut lifestyle and recreation patternsDownload
Investigates contemporary Inuit recreation patterns as results of intercultural contact between traditional Tununirmiut Inuit and Euro-Canadian cultures in the NWT.
Masters thesis. Provides evidence disconfirming the hypothesis of acculturation through use of testimony given by expert witnesses and community residents at Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry. States that government and industry operated within an invalid acculturation framework when dealing with...
Doctoral thesis. An investigation of the effects of wage employment on Inuit from Pond Inlet and Arctic Bay. Specifically focuses on two questions: 1) how are Inuit workers reacting to on-the-job demands of their oil exploration wage employment? and 2) what effect is the massive influx of wage...