Ethnographic Bibliography Of North America Arctic And Subarctic

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Description : Approximately 15,000 entries dealing with ethnography, history, psychology, human biology and medicine of native peoples of North America. Includes published materials issued before and during 1972.


Ethnographic Bibliography Of North America Arctic And Subarctic

Author by : George Peter Murdock
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Publisher by : New Haven : Human Relations Area Files Press
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Description : Approximately 15,000 entries dealing with ethnography, history, psychology, human biology and medicine of native peoples of North America. Includes published materials issued before and during 1972.


America History And Life

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Description : Provides historical coverage of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. Includes information abstracted from over 2,000 journals published worldwide.


Bibliography Of Native American Bibliographies

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Description : Lists all significant bibliographies for researchers, librarians, and students seeking information on tribes or topics in Native American studies.


Research Paper

Author by : University of Chicago. Department of Geography
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Indian Claims In Canada

Author by : Canada. Indian Claims Commission (1969-1977). Research Resource Centre
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Publisher by : Published for the Canadian Indian Rights Commission by the National Library of Canada
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Description : Includes English and French publications.


Information Finding And The Research Process

Author by : Antony E. Simpson
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Publisher by : Greenwood
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Description : This major reference to information-finding sources and techniques is attuned to the needs of researchers in all the social and behavioral sciences with a particular focus on public administration and related fields. This guide is unique in its analyses of how to design the research process in an evolving manner using approaches reflecting combinations of models, methods, and data sources. This guide is comprehensive in its coverage of a broad spectrum of primary and secondary source materials in all their current forms. The topical chapters and their logical arrangements, along with a complete general index make this information-finding reference user friendly.


Early Inuit Studies

Author by : Igor Krupnik
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Publisher by : Smithsonian Institution
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Description : This collection of 15 chronologically arranged papers is the first-ever definitive treatment of the intellectual history of Eskimology—known today as Inuit studies—the field of anthropology preoccupied with the origins, history, and culture of the Inuit people. The authors trace the growth and change in scholarship on the Inuit (Eskimo) people from the 1850s to the 1980s via profiles of scientists who made major contributions to the field and via intellectual transitions (themes) that furthered such developments. It presents an engaging story of advancement in social research, including anthropology, archaeology, human geography, and linguistics, in the polar regions. Essays written by American, Canadian, Danish, French, and Russian contributors provide for particular trajectories of research and academic tradition in the Arctic for over 130 years. Most of the essays originated as papers presented at the 18th Inuit Studies Conference hosted by the Smithsonian Institution in October 2012. Yet the book is an organized and integrated narrative; its binding theme is the diffusion of knowledge across disciplinary and national boundaries. A critical element to the story is the changing status of the Inuit people within each of the Arctic nations and the developments in national ideologies of governance, identity, and treatment of indigenous populations. This multifaceted work will resonate with a broad audience of social scientists, students of science history, humanities, and minority studies, and readers of all stripes interested in the Arctic and its peoples.


Books In Print Supplement

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Description : Includes authors, titles, subjects.


Paperbound Books In Print

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Introduction To Library Research In Anthropology

Author by : John M. Weeks
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book is an introduction to library research in anthropology written primarily for the undergraduate student about to begin a research project. It contains a summary description of the type of resource being discussed and its potential use in a research project.


Subarctic Athapaskan Bibliography

Author by : June Helm
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Description : Over 3900 entries (through June 1984) on the ethnology, linguistics, prehistory, and human biology of the Athapaskan speaking (Dene) Indians of Canada and Alaska and the Metis of the Canadian subarctic. Incorporates and replaces the 1973 edition.


Ethnographic Bibliography Of North America Plains And Southwest

Author by : George Peter Murdock
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Publisher by : New Haven : Human Relations Area Files Press
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Description : Approximately 15,000 entries dealing with ethnography, history, psychology, human biology and medicine of native peoples of North America. Includes published materials issued before and during 1972.


Ethnographic Bibliography Of North America Eastern United States

Author by : George Peter Murdock
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Publisher by : New Haven : Human Relations Area Files Press
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Description : Approximately 15,000 entries dealing with ethnography, history, psychology, human biology and medicine of native peoples of North America. Includes published materials issued before and during 1972.


Arctica 1978

Author by : Centre national de la recherche scientifique (France)
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Publisher by : Éditions du Centre national de la recherche scientifique
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A Canadian Indian Bibliography 1960 1970

Author by : Tom Abler
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Description : Annotated bibliography of materials of scholarly interest published between 1960 and 1970 on the Canadian Indian and Metis. The Case Law Digest covers the period 1867-1972.


Arctic Bibliography

Author by : Arctic Institute of North America
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Ethnographic Bibliography Of North America Far West And Pacific Coast

Author by : George Peter Murdock
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Description : Approximately 15,000 entries dealing with ethnography, history, psychology, human biology and medicine of native peoples of North America. Includes published materials issued before and during 1972.


Training Manual In Policy Ethnography

Author by : John Van Willigen
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Publisher by : Amer Anthropological Assn
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Natives And Newcomers

Author by : Bruce G. Trigger
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Publisher by : Manchester University Press
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Description : According to convential nineteenth-century wisdom, societies of European origin were naturally progressive; native societies were static. One consequence of this attitutde was the almost universal separation of history and anthropology. Today, despite a growing interest in changes in Amerindian societies, this dichotomy continues to distort the investigation of Canadian history and to assign native peoples only a marginal place in it. Natives and Newcomers discredits that myth. In a spirited and critical re-examination of relations between the French and the Iroquoian-speaking inhabitants of the St Lawrence lowlands, from the incursions of Jacques Cartier through the explorations of Samuel de Champlain and the Jesuit missions into the early years of the royal regime, Natives and Newcomers argues that native people have played a significant role in shaping the development of Canada. Trigger also shows that the largely ignored French traders and their employees established relations with native people that were indispensable for founding a viable European colony on the St Lawrence. The brisk narrative of this period is complemented by a detailed survey of the stereotypes about native people that have influenced the development of Canadian history and anthropology and by candid discussions of how historical, ethnographical, and archaeological approaches can and cannot be combined to produce a more rounded and accurate understanding of the past.


Aaa Guide 1989 90

Author by : Asociación Antropológica Americana
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The Indians Of The Subarctic

Author by : June Helm
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Publisher by : Bloomington : Indiana University Press
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Description : A guide to reliable sources and studies.


Interdisciplinary Approaches To Canadian Society

Author by : Alan F.J. Artibise
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Publisher by : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Description : Far more than a bibliographic account of the major works in Canadian Studies, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Canadian Society provides a broad examination of the state of this growing field of study. Each chapter stresses the importance of the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches which have come to characterize Canadian Studies. Also, in an unprecedented collaborative effort, almost all the chapters are jointly authored by anglophone and francophone scholars. The works on Quebec and the francophone community respect the distinct nature of this facet of Canada. As stated in the introduction, this work is "a primer in the field and a guide to further pursuits. Its users will welcome it as a friendly introduction to an exciting country."