Nunavut Generations: Change and Continuity in Canadian Inuit by Ann McElroy

By Ann McElroy

swap in arctic populations has no longer been a unexpected phenomenon, yet fairly a steady technique that has happened over a few generations. during this longitudinal case research, McElroy introduces readers to 4 Baffin Island groups within the japanese Canadian Arctic and makes a speciality of the demanding situations and hardships they face in transition from hunting-gathering existence to salary employment and political participation in cities. via long term fieldwork, historic fabric, and existence histories accrued from elders, Nunavut Generations richly illustrates political and ecological swap along local balance and self-determination.

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