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Record #197209:

The complex geography of Native migration in Arctic Alaska / Lee Huskey, Lance Howe.

Title: The complex geography of Native migration in Arctic Alaska / Lee Huskey, Lance Howe.
Author(s): Huskey, Lee.
Howe, Lance.
Date: 2010.
Publisher: Edmonton, Alta.: CCI Press
In: Migration in the circumpolar North : issues and contexts. (2010.),
Abstract: Examines recent pattern of migration of Alaska Native residents of Arctic region. Regional pattern of net out-migration is consistent with theory that migration is means of adjusting to economic conditions. Additionally, there are instances of return migration and population movements between communities in Arctic Alaska.
Notes:

In: Migration in the circumpolar North : issues and contexts / Lee Huskey, Chris Southcott, eds.

Keywords: 312.28 -- Life expectancy.
314 -- Demography.
314.72 -- Migration, internal.
314.723 -- Emigration.
32 -- Politics.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
33 -- Economics.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*49) -- Alaska.
SPRI record no.: 197209

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