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Record #101696:

Relationships between dietary practice and parasite zoonoses in northern Québec Inuit communities / Philip Ross, Stas Olpinski, Mark Curtis.

Title: Relationships between dietary practice and parasite zoonoses in northern Québec Inuit communities / Philip Ross, Stas Olpinski, Mark Curtis.
Author(s): Ross, Philip.
Olpinski, Stas.
Curtis, Mark.
Date: 1989.
In: Études Inuit = Inuit Studies. (1989.), Vol. 13(2) (1989)
Abstract: Examines foodways, in terms of both preparation and consumption, of 'country' food with respect to several species of mammals and fish. Argues that Inuit are well aware of parasite zoonoses and that dietary practices in general are efficient at minimizing risks.
Notes:

Études Inuit = Inuit Studies. Vol. 13(2) :33-47 (1989).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
330.342.21 -- Subsistence economies.
63 -- Renewable resources.
639.1 -- Hunting, shooting and trapping.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
576.89 -- Animal parasites.
616.99 -- Diseases, parasitic.
64 -- Domestic science.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*424) -- Quebec.
SPRI record no.: 101696

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