2 edition of Cultural conflict in the Canadian Arctic found in the catalog.
Cultural conflict in the Canadian Arctic
George H. Michie
Photocopy reprint. Canadian geographer ; v. 5, 1955.
|Statement||by George H. Michie and Eric M. Neil.|
|Series||Canadian geographer -- v. 5|
|Contributions||Neil, Eric M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 33-41 :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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CULTURAL CONFLICT IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC Education In neither region has the Eskimo had any formal education. There is a fairly widespread knowledge of the syllabic script, learned from the Anglican missionaries and handed down from generation to generation.
Formal education is difficult for nomadic hunting people. This book explores the Canadian relationship with its portion of the Arctic region which revolves around the dramatic split between the appearance of absent-minded governance, bordering on indifference toward the region, and the raging nationalism during moments of actual and perceived challenge toward the sovereignty of the imagined “Canadian Arctic region.”.
After reading this book, I am convinced she is right.” Stian Bones, Professor of History, UiT The Arctic University of Norway “Dr. Burke’s work serves to correlate a burgeoning Canadian identity with the momentum of history viewed across the growing awareness of a young nation’s respons.
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The new book by architects Lola Sheppard and Mason White of Toronto–based firm Lateral Office is a compendium of useful information about Canada’s high Arctic regions.
Structured like a research manual for architects considering future opportunities in this context, the visually immersive tome is organized into five sections: urbanism. About the Book. In Life Beside Itself, Lisa Stevenson takes us on a haunting ethnographic journey through two historical moments when life for the Canadian Inuit has hung in the balance: the tuberculosis epidemic (s to the early s) and the subsequent suicide epidemic (s to the present).Along the way, Stevenson troubles our commonsense understanding of what life is and what it means.
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Global warming has helped create the conditions necessary for a "perfect storm" when it comes to Canada-U.S. Arctic relations, argued Rob Huebert of the University of Calgary's Centre for Military and Strategic Studies, at a conference hosted by the Canada Institute on Decem Huebert was joined by the academic director of the Liu Institute for Global Issues, Michael Byers, for a.
There are photos, drawings, extensive scientific information, descriptions of cultural importance and maps that show the range of each of species of fish found in the Canadian Arctic. SEASONAL VARIATION AND INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT IN THE CENTRAL CANADIAN ARCTIC [Condon, Richard G] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
SEASONAL VARIATION AND INTERPERSONAL CONFLICT IN THE CENTRAL CANADIAN ARCTICAuthor: Richard G Condon. The Canadian Arctic Region Vegetation and Habitat The low tundra vegetation clothes a landscape of wide vistas Much of the Arctic shows little impact from human activities Arctic plants are adapted to short, cold growing seasons.
Cultural Diversity First Nations Aboriginal Dorset. Instead, it’s a character-driven, in-depth examination of cultural and personal change in Canada’s arctic. While the murders propel the plot, the substance of this book is a complicated dance of the principal characters, examining relationships and events from different points of view.
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Some suggest that culture rests at the heart of many conflicts, particularly in respect of communist or former communist countries, and conflicts in the Middle East and Asia. Others who adopt a cultural approach suggest that conflicts, although in essence pragmatic, can only be successfully mediated and resolved if culture is taken into account.
According to Statistics Canada, while just over 6% of the Canadian population identifies as having Aboriginal ancestry*, about 4 of every 10 people in the Canadian Arctic do (90% in Nunatsiavut, 91% in Nunavik, 86% in Nunavut, 50% in the Northwest Territories, and 24% in Yukon).
The last fully intact ice shelf in the Canadian Arctic has collapsed, losing more than 40% of its area in just two days at the end of July. The Milne Ice Shelf is at the fringe of Ellesmere. Arctic Wildlife.
The wildlife of the Canadian Arctic sets it apart from all other Arctic regions. It is home to large populations of some of the most elusive animals on Earth.
The Canadian Arctic is the perfect destination for those looking for polar bear, narwhal or other Arctic. Download Media Security And Sovereignty In The Canadian Arctic books, This book documents how the Arctic region has been represented in the media: exploring how the media has framed the Arctic and whether this has an impact on governmental decision-making and public preferences.
The Arctic region faces profound transformations, due to global. There is conflict between the Canadian government and the Inuit people over how to approach the pollution problem, arising from a clash of cultural values and traditions.
Legislation related to healthcare is an inherently sensitive issue and some measures that seem acceptable to westernized societies are not appropriate for the Inuit.
Book Description This book documents how the Arctic region has been represented in the media: exploring how the media has framed the Arctic and whether this has an impact on governmental decision-making and public preferences.
Other cultural productions also focused on the Canadian Arctic. Nelvana of the Northern Lights was a comic book heroine equipped with special powers, based on a vaguely Inuit background.
The radio show and later television production Sergant Preston of the Yukon further shaped Canadians' conceptions of their national identity. The Canadian army adopted much US thinking about operational art in the s.
Confronted by a conflict in Afghanistan very different from that for which it had trained, the CAF reacted similarly, grafting American doctrine and perspectives onto the army’s existing thought and practices. The QkHn site — This sequence of pages describes in great detail the results of the excavation of a Thule culture site on Devon Island in the Canadian High Arctic.
Books and other Websites — This link leads to a short bibliography of books on Arctic archaeology and pointers to a few excellent websites also dealing with Arctic peoples and. In recent years in the Canadian Arctic, participatory and pluralistic approaches have become common in several areas of environmental management relevant to the resolution of multiple-use.
In the Arctic, climate change has been one of the main topics discussed by media, researchers, Arctic inhabitants, and policy-makers for more than a decade. Impacts of climate change on the livelihoods and cultures of the region’s indigenous peoples are at the core of this discourse.
As the region warms over twice as fast as the global. This book explores the Canadian relationship with its portion of the Arctic region which revolves around the dramatic split between the appearance of absent-minded governance, bordering on indifference toward the region, and the raging nationalism during moments of actual and perceived challenge toward the sovereignty of the imagined "Canadian Arctic region.".
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Canada is laying claim to million square kilometres of seabed and subsoil in the Arctic Ocean—including the North Pole. The case for this claim is laid out in 2, data-packed pages, filed with the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Thursday, May In a news release, Jonathan Wilkinson, Canada’s minister of fisheries.
CBA in a Canadian Inuit Context. Significant research on the human dimensions of climate change has been undertaken in Northern Canada, and there is an emerging focus on adaptation policy development across different levels of government, 71 The importance of engaging communities throughout all stages of the research process, from setting and defining project priorities, to overseeing.
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A book was also published the same year as the Berger report; the book’s title nicely summarizes its central mes-sage, Northern. Climate Change and Writing the Canadian Arctic explores the impact of climate change on Canadian literary culture.
Analysis of the changing rhetoric surrounding the discovery of the lost ships of the Franklin expedition serves to highlight the political and economic interests that have historically motivated Canada’s approach to the Arctic and shaped literary representations.
8 the seal protest as cultural conflict (pp. ) InDavid Lavigne, a biologist studying harp seals, noted that the sealing controversy had reached a point in its evolution where it could no longer be resolved by scientific investigation.
A distinguished anthropologist who has spent over twenty years living and working with the Inuit Community, George Wenzel provides a reasoned, in-depth, coolly written but powerful critique of this. As world powers seek dominance in the Arctic Circle, opponents of a Chinese company’s purchase of a Canadian gold mine say blocking the deal is in Canada’s national interest.
Part One gives the history of the main art-producing prehistoric traditions in the North American arctic, concentrating on the Dorset who once flourished in the Canadian region.
It also demonstrates the influence of theories such as evolutionism, diffusionism, ethnographic comparison, and shamanism on the interpretation of prehistoric Inuit art. This study of the controversy surrounding the hunting of seals in the Canadian Arctic concentrates on the Inuit of Clyde River, Baffin Island, and traces the evolution of the traditional subsistence economy and social structure to the present cash economy, and the effects of animal rights movements on the Inuit culture.
Abstract. Objective: Hearing loss is an important health concern in Canada’s Arctic. The objective of this research was to provide information on the prevalence of childhood hearing loss in Nunavut. Design: This cross-sectional study involved comprehensive audiologic assessments of school-aged children in six communities to determine overall and community-specific prevalence of hearing loss.
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