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Record #195566:

Economic strategies, community, and food networks in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada / Peter Collings.

Title: Economic strategies, community, and food networks in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada / Peter Collings.
Author(s): Collings, Peter.
Date: 2011.
In: Arctic. (2011.), Vol. 64(2) (2011)
Abstract: Examines social networks of country food sharing in Ulukhaktok, NWT, in light of current understanding of relationship between climate change and Arctic peoples. Incorporates social network approach to document association between different economic strategies (full-time worker, part-time worker, hunter) and categories of kin. Demonstrates that sharing patterns of hunters favour cultivation of ties with distant and collateral kin, while those of wage earners favour ties with parents and siblings.
Notes:

Arctic. Vol. 64(2) :207-219 (2011).

Keywords: 316 -- Sociology.
33 -- Economics.
39 -- Ethnography: Inuit.
392 -- Social customs.
641.3 -- Country food.
H5 -- Zoology: birds.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 195566

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