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Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers: The Transformation of Inuit Settlement in the Central Arctic (McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series) epub ebook

by David Damas

Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers: The Transformation of Inuit Settlement in the Central Arctic (McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series) epub ebook

Author: David Damas
Category: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: McGill Queens Univ Pr; First Edition edition (November 1, 2002)
Pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 0773524045
ISBN13: 978-0773524040
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Series: McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series. The shift from dispersed to centralized settlement in Arctic Canada brought on profound economic, social, and cultural changes for the Inuit.

Series: McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series. Inuit have moved from small all-native hunting-trapping base camps² to much larger mixed ethnic villages and in doing so have experienced drastically altered social environments. For the most part this transformation in settlement took place during the 1950s and 1960s.

Jan 1, 2005, Caroline Desbiens and others published DAMAS, David (2002) Arctic Migrants, Arctic Villagers

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2005, Caroline Desbiens and others published DAMAS, David (2002) Arctic Migrants, Arctic Villagers. The Transformation of Inuit Settlement in the Central Arctic.

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Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers : The Transformation of Inuit Settlement in the Central Arctic. The view has emerged that the Inuit were coerced by the Canadian government into abandoning life in scattered camps for centres of habitation. David Damas demonstrates that eventually, concerns over health, housing, and education and welfare brought about policy changes that inevitably led to centralization.

Items related to Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers: The Transformation. Damas' own sense and experience of the emerging Arctic villages of the 1950s and 1960s is essential to his reading of the archives. Home David Damas Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers: The Transformation of Inuit.

David Damas demonstrates that eventually, concerns over health, housing, and education and welfare brought about policy changes that inevitably led . McGill-Queen's University Press.

David Damas demonstrates that eventually, concerns over health, housing, and education and welfare brought about policy changes that inevitably led to centralization. McGill-Queen's Native and Northern Series. ENG. Number of Pages.

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Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers. Provides fresh insights into the policies and developments that led to the centralization of Inuit settlement during the 1950s and 1960s.

Arctic Migrants/Arctic Village. Damas shows that while there were cases of government-directed relocation to centres, centralization was largely voluntary as the Inuit accepted the advantages of village living. Damas shows that while there were cases of government-directed relocation to centres, centralization was largely voluntary as the Inuit accepted the advantages of village living

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In recent years, the view has emerged that the Inuit were coerced by the Canadian government into abandoning life in scattered camps for centres of habitation. In "Arctic Migrants/Arctic Villagers", David Damas demonstrates that for many years government policies helped maintain dispersed settlement, but that eventually concerns over health, housing, and education and welfare brought about policy changes that inevitably led to centralization. Damas shows that while there were cases of government-directed relocation to centres, centralization was largely voluntary as the Inuit accepted the advantages of village living. In examining archives, anthropological writings, and the results of field research from an anthropological perspective, Damas provides fresh insights into the policies and developments that led to the centralization of Inuit settlement during the 1950s and 1960s.
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