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Record #157494:

"Fishermen as lumpenproletariat" and the discourse in the Greenlandic newspaper Atuagagdliutit from 1861 until World War 1 / Karen Langgård.

Title: "Fishermen as lumpenproletariat" and the discourse in the Greenlandic newspaper Atuagagdliutit from 1861 until World War 1 / Karen Langgård.
Author(s): Langgård, Karen.
Date: 2001.
Publisher: Reykjavík: University of Iceland Press
In: Aspects of Arctic and sub-Arctic history : proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic region, Reykjavík, 18-21 June 1998. (2001.),
Abstract: Rink set up paper in 1861 to resolve perceived crisis in seal- hunting community. Articles covered backward natives elsewhere, "Robinson Crusoe" and fish from time to time, but not fishermen. Fishing was noticed in 1900s, but as symptom of poor hunting. By second decade, after "rationalisation" of fishing topic was more frequent, but mixed with ethnic concepts. Rasmussen launched discussion which developed into recognition of fishing as worthwhile for individuals and for nation. Mighty Danes were once hunters and fishermen, but look at them now!.
Notes:

In: Aspects of Arctic and sub-Arctic history : proceedings of the International Congress on the History of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic region, Reykjavík, 18-21 June 1998 / Ingi Sigurđsson, Jón Skaptason, eds.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Eskimo.
331 -- Employment.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
K -- Economics and economic development.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 157494

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