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Record #144535:

Sami generations / Vigdis Stordahl.

Title: Sami generations / Vigdis Stordahl.
Author(s): Stordahl, Vigdis.
Date: 1997.
Publisher: Karasjok, Norway: Davvi Girji
In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience. (1997.),
Abstract: Author studied large, socially differentiated community in inner Finnmark focusing on three generations and their contrasting attitudes to their culture. Today's parents believe in expressing Saami nature openly whereas children's attitude is usually "it's great to be Saami, but you don't have to overdo it". Education and diversity of occupation have become determinant factors. However drop-out rate is high, and boys have fewer opportunities. Girls seem to be making better use of education and have more confidence.
Notes:

In: Sami culture in a new era : the Norwegian Sami experience / Harald Gaski, ed.

Keywords: 331 -- Employment.
37 -- Education.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*582) -- Finnmark.
SPRI record no.: 144535

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