Revue des revuesSurvey of periodicals
2000 Aging and life course development in an Inuit community, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 111-125.
2001 ’If you got everything, it’s good enough’: Perspectives on successful aging in a Canadian Inuit community, Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 16(2): 127-155.
Dag Jolle, H.
2001 The tension between culture and nature: Fridtjof Nansen’s understanding of Arctic minorities, Acta borealia, 18(1): 3-23.
2000 The Aleutian kayak, Scientific American, 282(4): 64-71.
2000 The Inupiaq Eskimo messenger feast — Celebration, demise, and possibility, Journal of American Folklore, 113(450): 464-494.
2000 Siberian Songs and Siberian Kin: Indirect Assertions of King Islander Dominance in the Bering Strait Region, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 38-51.
2001 Interpreting Variability in Thule Inuit Architecture: A Case Study from the Canadian High Arctic, American Antiquity, 66(3): 453-470.
2000 The Norton Tradition, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 1-22.
Hoffman, B.W., J.M.C. Czederpiltz and M.A. Partlow
2000 Heads or tails: The zooarchaeology of Aleut salmon storage on Unimak Island, Alaska, Journal of Archaeological Science, 27(8): 699-708.
2000 Groswater Technological Organization: A Decision-Making Approach, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 23-37.
2000 Le site IcGm-5, une occupation dorsétienne sur la côte est de la baie d’Hudson, Recherches Amérindiennes au Québec, 30(2): 63-78.
2000 Après la capture des phoques et des caribous: une reformulation des modèles d’adaptation dans le Subarctique oriental, Recherches Amérindiennes au Québec, 30(2): 51-62.
2001 Zen fish: A consideration of the discordance between artifactual and zooarchaeological indicators of Thule Inuit fish use, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 20(1): 3-72.
Zimmerman, M.R., A.M. JenseN and G.W. Sheehan
2000 Agnaiyaaq: The Autopsy of a Frozen Thule Mummy, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 52-59.
2001 A Search for Cultural and Contextual Identity in Contemporary Arctic Architecture, Polar Record, 37(200): 55-66.
2001 The Cultural and Multicultural Aesthetics of Baker Lake Inuit Artists, American Indian Art Magazine, 26(4): 48-59, 94-95.
2000 Representations of the Inuit: From other to self, Theatre Research in Canada-Recherches Théâtrales au Canada, 21(1): 38-48.
2000 Hunters of the Hunter’s World: Some Reflections on Innu and Inuit Drawings in the National Antrhopological Archives, American Indian Art Magazine, 26(1): 74-81.
2001 True North: Inuit Art and the Canadian Imagination, American Review of Canadian Studies, 31(1-2): 191-208.
2000 Curriculum for a new culture: A case study of schools and Alaska Natives, 1884-1947, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 91(2): 71-83.
2000 The Benefits of Sound Field Amplification in Classrooms of Inuit Students of Nunavik: A Pilot Project, Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 31(4): 324-35.
2001 Tortured Victory or Joyful Accomplishment? Successful Eskimo and Latina College Students, Race, Gender and Class, 8(1): 82-106.
2001 What Does It Take? Successful Alaska Native Students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Journal of College Student Retention, 2(2): 141-59.
2000 Balancing Culture and Professional Education: American Indians / Alaska Natives and the Helping Professions, Journal of American Indian Education, 39(3): 1-18.
Cabak, M. and S. Loring
2000 ’A Set of Very Fair Cups and Saucers’: Stamped Ceramics as an Example of Inuit Incorporation, International Journal of Historical Archaeolog, 4(1): 1-34.
2000 The Kaiury: The slaves of Russian America, Alaska History, 15(2): 1-18.
2000 Narrative Technology and Eskimo History, Ethnohistory, 47(3-4): 791-796.
2001 From Greenland’s icy mountains, History Today, 51(3): 44-51.
2001 On narrative expectations: Greenlandic oral traditions about the cultural encounter between Inuit and Norsemen, Scandinavian Studies, 73(3): 253-296.
2001 The Dialectics of ’Us’ and ’Other’: Anglican Missionary Photographs of the Inuit, American Review of Canadian Studies, 31(1-2): 171-190.
2000 The Benefits of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching for Indigenous Language Educators, Journal of American Indian Education, 39(3): 19-35.
Crago, M.B and S.E.M. Allen
2000 Early finiteness in Inuktitut: The role of language structure and input, Language Acquisition: A Journal of Developmental Linguistics, 9(1): 59-111.
DORAIS, L.J. and S. SAMMONS
2000 Discourse and Identity in the Baffin Region, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 92-110.
Lechat, R. [O.M.I.]
2000 When will we have an Inuit Academy of Language?, Eskimo, 59: 5-12.
Louis, W. and D.M. Taylor
2001 When the survival of language is at stake: The future of Inuttitut in arctic Quebec, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 20(1-2): 111-143.
2001 Access to justice for deaf Inuit in Nunavut: The role of ’Inuit sign language’, Canadian Psychology, 42(1): 61-73.
Taff, A., L. Rozelle, T.H. Cho, P. Ladefoged, M. Dirks and J. Wegelin
2001 Phonetic structures of Aleut, Journal of Phonetics, 29(3): 231-271.
Taylor, D.M., M. Caron and L. McAlpine
2000 Patterns of Perceived Language Ability and Use in Arctic Quebec, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 3(4): 283-296.
2001 Representing the Inuit in contemporary British and Canadian juvenile non-fiction, Children’s Literature in Education, 32(2): 139-154.
2000 Best Chance, Perilous Passages: Recent Writing About Nunavut, International Journal of Canadian Studies, 21: 197-211.
2001 Inuit Dreams, Inuit Realities: Shattering the Bonds of Dependency, American Review of Canadian Studies, 31(1-2): 283-299.
Blanchet, C., E. Dewailly, P. Ayotte, S. Bruneau, O. Receveur and B.J. Holub
2000 Contribution of selected traditional and market foods to the diet of Nunavik Inuit women, Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 61(2): 50-59.
2000 Inupiat labor and commercial shore whaling in Northern Alaska, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 91(3): 115-123.
Dressler, W.H., F. Berkes and J. Mathias
2001 Beluga Hunters in a Mixed Economy: Managing the Impacts of Nature-Based Tourism in the Canadian Western Arctic, Polar Record, 37(2): 35-48.
2000 ’The Government’s Industry’: Alaska Natives and Pribilof sealing during World War II, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 91(4): 202-209.
Pars, T., M. Osler and P. Bjerregaard
2001 Contemporary use of traditional and imported food among Greenlandic Inuit, Arctic, 54(1): 22-31.
Maxim, P.S., J.P. White, D. Beavon and P.C. Whitehead
2001 Dispersion and polarization of income among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Canadians, Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 38(4): 465-476.
2001 From the outside looking in — Aesthetics, politics, and wildlife conservation in the Canadian North, Environmental History, 6(1): 6-31.
Berman, M. and T. Hull
2001 Alcohol control by referendum in northern Native communities: the Alaska local option law, Arctic, 54(1): 77-83.
2001 Rapid socio-cultural change and health in the Arctic, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 60(2): 102-111.
DeBruyn, L., M. Chino, P. Serna and L. Fullerton-Gleason
2001 Child maltreatment in American Indian and Alaska Native communities: Integrating culture, history, and public health for intervention and prevention, Child Maltreatment: Journal of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, 6(2): 89-102.
Fisher, D.G., A.M. Fenaughty, D.M. Paschane and H.H. Cagle
2000 Alaska Native drug users and sexually transmitted disease: Results of a five-year study, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 9(1): 47-57.
Hazel, K.L. and G.V. Mohatt
2001 Cultural and spiritual coping in sobriety: Informing substance abuse prevention for Alaska Native communities, Journal of Community Psychology, 29(5): 541-562.
2001 Suicide in a society in transition, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 60(2): 280-287.
Middlebrook, D.L., P.L. LeMaster, J. Beals, D.K. Novins and S.M. Manson
2001 Suicide prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native communities: A critical review of programs, Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 31(1, Suppl): 132-149.
2001 Dietary intake among Alaska native women resident of Anchorage, Alaska, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 60(2): 123-137.
Parks, C.A., M.N. Hesselbrock, V.M. Hesselbrock and B. Segal
2001 Gender and reported health problems in treated alcohol dependent Alaska natives, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 62(3): 286-293.
Pedersen, J.M. and M.C. Granado Alcon
2001 Family as a child development context and smoking behaviour among schoolchildren in Greenland, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 60(1): 52-63.
Poirier, S. and L. Brooke
2000 Inuit perceptions of contaminants and environmental knowledge in Salluit, Nunavik, Arctic Anthropology, 37(2): 78-91.
Reynolds, G.L., D.G. Fisher, A.L. Estrada and R. Trotter
2000 Unemployment, Drug Use, and HIV Risk among American Indian and Alaska Native Drug Users, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 9(1): 17-32.
Rubin, C. H.
2001 Exposure to persistent organochlorines among Alaska native women, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 60(2): 157-169.
2001 Responding to victimized Alaska native women in treatment for substance use, Substance Use and Misuse, 36(6-7): 845-865.
Smith, J., V.A. George and P.S. Easton
2001 Home-grown television: a way to promote better nutrition in a native Alaskan community, Journal of Nutrition Education, 33(1): 59-60.
Stevens, S.J., A.L. Estrada and B.D. Estrada
2000 HIV drug and sex risk behaviors among American Indian and Alaska Native drug users: Gender and site differences, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 9(1): 33-46.
|Título :||Revue des revues / Survey of periodicals|
|Revista :||Études/Inuit/Studies, Volumen 26, número 1, 2002, p. 227-233|
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