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Record #179831:

Gendered dimensions of environmental health, contaminants and global change in Nunavik, Canada / Joanna Kafarowski.

Title: Gendered dimensions of environmental health, contaminants and global change in Nunavik, Canada / Joanna Kafarowski.
Author(s): Kafarowski, Joanna.
Date: 2006.
In: Études Inuit = Inuit Studies. (2006.), Vol. 30(1) (2006)
Abstract: Investigates roles of Inuit women and men vis-à-vis participation in hunting activities and identification of contaminants and demonstrates how women and men construe lead contaminant issue differently. Explains importance of both perspectives for development of effective health policies, programmes and strategies.
Notes:

Études Inuit = Inuit Studies. Vol. 30(1) :31-49 (2006).

French abstract.

Keywords: 3-055.1 -- Men.
3-055.2 -- Women.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Eskimo.
502 -- Environmental issues.
504.054 -- Pollution.
546.815 -- Lead.
613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
612.014.46 -- Poisons and chemical substances, physiological effects.
639.1 -- Hunting, shooting and trapping.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*424.1) -- Quebec, northern.
SPRI record no.: 179831

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