The human ecology and social and economic change in the community of Tuktoyaktuk, N. W. T.: R42-3/1961-2E-PDF

a study /

"This report summarizes the findings of an anthropological field trip to Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. during the summer of 1957. The field research and preparation of this report were sponsored wholly by the Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre of the Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources. The purpose of the trip was to study the social organization of the Tuktoyaktuk Eskimos in relation to the resources of the area and to find out how the Eskimos' society is adapting to new demands brought about by changes In available resources. To this end, an inventory of resources was carried out in addition to a sociological study. Finally, It was also proposed to estimate future change In the social and economic order."--Purpose of Study.

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Department/Agency Indian and Northern Affairs.
Title The human ecology and social and economic change in the community of Tuktoyaktuk, N. W. T.
Subtitle a study /
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Language [English]
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Note "February, 1961." Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Date 1961.
Number of Pages [100] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • R42-3/1961-2E-PDF
Subject Terms Inuit, Social conditions, Economic conditions