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Record #146147:

The social life of stories: narrative and knowledge in the Yukon Territory / Julie Cruikshank.

Title: The social life of stories: narrative and knowledge in the Yukon Territory / Julie Cruikshank.
Author(s): Cruikshank, Julie.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press
Abstract: Building on collaborative work undertaken with three Yukon elders between 1974 and late 1980s, studies social power and significance of storytelling. Questions considered include: how Native peoples today use their stories and find them still meaningful; why storytelling continues to thrive; how anthropologists can learn from structure and performance of indigenous narratives to become better academic storytellers themselves.
Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Indians.
291.8 -- Oral history.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*430) -- Yukon Territory.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*41) : 39(=811)[1998]
ISBN: 0803214901
SPRI record no.: 146147

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