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Record #103134:

Fur trappers in the Northwest Territories: an econometric analysis of the factors influencing participation / Jack C. Stabler, Gail Tolley, Eric C. Howe.

Title: Fur trappers in the Northwest Territories: an econometric analysis of the factors influencing participation / Jack C. Stabler, Gail Tolley, Eric C. Howe.
Author(s): Stabler, Jack C.
Tolley, Gail.
Howe, Eric C.
Date: 1990.
In: Arctic. (1990.), Vol. 43(1) (1990)
Abstract: Uses statistical techniques to identify two distinct sub-groups among modern native trappers characterized by their different motivations to trapping: those who have substantial commitment to activity and who are attracted to it by income-earning potential of fur sales; and those who trap largely because of lack of alternative employment opportunities.
Notes:

Arctic. Vol. 43(1) :1-8 (1990).

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Indians.
675.6 -- Fur trade.
331 -- Employment.
331.6 -- Employment, unemployment and overemployment.
639.1.081 -- Trapping.
J -- Social sciences.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 103134

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