skip to primary navigation skip to content
 

 

You are not currently logged in

SPRI library catalogue

View a record

Please note: You are viewing the legacy database of the Scott Polar Research Institute Library catalogue. It is no longer being updated, so does not reliably reflect our current library holdings.

Please search for material in iDiscover for up-to-date information about the library collection.


Record #163136:

Arctic migrants/Arctic villagers: the transformation of Inuit settlement in the Central Arctic / David Damas.

Title: Arctic migrants/Arctic villagers: the transformation of Inuit settlement in the Central Arctic / David Damas.
Author(s): Damas, David.
Date: 2002.
Publisher: Montreal ; McGill-Queen's University Press
Abstract: Ethnohistorical reexamination of factors and policies resulting in centralization of Inuit settlement during 1950s and 1960s. Suggests that voluntary migration played an important role as government reversed its previous policy of maintaining dispersed settlement in face of concerns over health, housing, education and welfare.
Keywords: 325.3 -- Native policy.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Eskimo.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
J -- Social sciences.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*440.2) : 325.3(=562)[2002]
ISBN: 0773524045
SPRI record no.: 163136

MARCXML

LDR 01360nam#a2200000#a#4500
001 SPRI-163136
005 20220926051724.0
007 ta
008 220926s2002####quc####|#####|0||#0#eng#d
020 ## ‡a0773524045
035 ## ‡aSPRI-163136
040 ## ‡aUkCU-P‡beng‡eaacr
100 1# ‡aDamas, David.
245 10 ‡aArctic migrants/Arctic villagers :‡bthe transformation of Inuit settlement in the Central Arctic /‡cDavid Damas.
260 ## ‡aMontreal ;‡aKingston :‡bMcGill-Queen's University Press,‡c2002.
300 ## ‡a277 p. ;‡c23.5 cm.
490 0# ‡aNative and Northern Studies ;‡v32
520 3# ‡aEthnohistorical reexamination of factors and policies resulting in centralization of Inuit settlement during 1950s and 1960s. Suggests that voluntary migration played an important role as government reversed its previous policy of maintaining dispersed settlement in face of concerns over health, housing, education and welfare.
541 0# ‡cBA NAmerica;‡aCoutts‡d20030304‡eK0120.‡5UkCU-P
650 07 ‡a325.3 -- Native policy.‡2udc
650 07 ‡a323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Eskimo.‡2udc
650 07 ‡a364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.‡2udc
650 07 ‡aJ -- Social sciences.‡2local
651 #7 ‡a(*41) -- Canada.‡2udc
651 #7 ‡a(*440) -- Northwest Territories.‡2udc
852 7# ‡2camdept‡bSCO‡cSPRI-SHF‡h(*440.2) : 325.3(=562)[2002]‡9Create 1 item record‡0Migrate
916 ## ‡a128695 -- 2003/05/22 -- WM
917 ## ‡aUnenhanced record from Muscat, imported 2019
948 3# ‡a20220926 ‡bWM