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Record #209062:

Building autonomy through experiments in technology and skill / Michael T. Bravo.

Title: Building autonomy through experiments in technology and skill / Michael T. Bravo.
Author(s): Bravo, Michael T.
Date: 2011.
Publisher: Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz
In: Arctic geopolitics and autonomy. (2011.),
Abstract: Demonstrates how history of technologically-based interventions have been critical in shaping ideas about Inuit autonomy and skill. Considers extent to which ethnographic accounts of Inuit hunting technology have affected popular and elite political imaginations, and aided construction of lasting geopolitical barriers to indigenous political participation.
Notes:

In: Arctic geopolitics and autonomy / Michael T. Bravo, Nicola Triscott, eds.

Keywords: .000(410) -- British author: SPRI.
3 -- Social sciences.
325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
364.122/.124 -- Social change and associated problems.
39 -- Ethnography: Inuit.
113/119 -- Attitudes to nature.
394 -- Social life.
62 -- Engineering and technology.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
711.42(2) -- Settlements and stations, specific: Igloolik.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440.2) -- Nunavut.
SPRI record no.: 209062

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