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Record #41627:

Type of religion in the Arctic hunting cultures. A religio- ecological approach / Åke Hultkrantz.

Title: Type of religion in the Arctic hunting cultures. A religio- ecological approach / Åke Hultkrantz.
Author(s): Hultkrantz, Åke.
Date: 1965.
Publisher: Luleå: Norrbottens Museum
In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day. (1965.),
Abstract: Modern culture-ecological theories react against environmental determinism, but stress promotive role of natural environment. Harsh circumpolar regions, with hunting and fishing societies, justify ecological perspective even in religious field. However, forest Saami culture (older) and mountain variety have much in common. Article equates tents, clothes, sleds, canoes between four cultures, with some variants for Inuit living on coast. Religion has typically: concepts and rites to do with animals and hunting; local worship of natural features; sacrifices; universe as tent; shamanism; burials.
Notes:

In: Hunting and fishing. Nordic symposium on life in a traditional hunting and fishing milieu in prehistoric times and up to the present day / Harald Hvarfner, ed.

Keywords: 2 -- Religion.
299 -- Religions, indigenous.
39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
394 -- Social life.
639 -- Hunting, fishing and associated activities.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*55) -- European Arctic.
SPRI record no.: 41627

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