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Record #174510:

Comparing academic and aboriginal definitions of Arctic identities / Louis-Jacques Dorais.

Title: Comparing academic and aboriginal definitions of Arctic identities / Louis-Jacques Dorais.
Author(s): Dorais, Louis-Jacques.
Date: 2005.
In: Polar Record. (2005.), Vol. 41(216) (2005)
Abstract: Compares viewpoints of academic specialists and Inuit communities. Interviews with twelve social researchers showed view of identity as relational and constructed process, continuing despite rapid social and cultural change. Inuit responses showed perception of identity as open-ended and individual, as opposed to collective, relationship, rather than as means of classifying people.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 41(216) :1-10 (2005).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Inuit.
39 -- Ethnography.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
SPRI record no.: 174510

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