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Notes on the drinking behaviour of the Eskimos and Indians in the Aklavik area

Donald H. J. Clairmont

Notes on the drinking behaviour of the Eskimos and Indians in the Aklavik area

a preliminary report

by Donald H. J. Clairmont

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Published by Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre, Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alcohol use,
  • Inuit,
  • Alcoholism and crime,
  • Indians of North America

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNorthern Co-ordination and Research Centre (Canada) -- no. NCRC-62-4.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 13 leaves. -
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26578688M

    This was the first book for Soviet Eskimos and laid the foundation for the development of their own written language. Of course, it did not yet meet the requirements of a systematic or methodical rendering of phonemes or words, but did largely adhere to the principle of working from the simple to the complex and could have been the basis for. training manual is available in English and Swedish. Other interventions .. food security in the North, however, is.

    "The material for this report was collected at Aklavik during the summer of , when I was employed under contract by the Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre of the Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources to make a sociological study of the use of alcoholic beverages by Indians and Eskimos in that area. Weekly Acquisitions List: Year Issue URL; Vol;noSeptember; CSpdf (PDF, KB).

    The news items include: 1) a report by K. Rodahl on a field test in Alaska to establish proper survival rations; 2) Labrador winter notes for by J.E. Frazer which include information on winter weather, dog deaths from an unknown disease thought to have been contracted through foxes, and the availablility of seals, caribou, ptarmigan. Recordings from the Control area in contained the highest rate of bowhead calling activity observed across all deployments (29 calls total, for a mean of calls/day-sample for the area, calls/recorder-day-sample), with as many as 66 calls detected within one hourly sample of six 1 .


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