Ethnography of Inuit adolescence describing the life of young people between the ages of 9 and 20 in the community of Holman Island, NWT. Describes the day-to-day activities of Inuit youth, their time playing sports and games, attending school, engaging in sexual play, simply qhanging outq with friends and peers.Kitchens are virtually indistinguishable from those in the South and are equipped with electric stoves, refrigerators, toasters, and coffee makers. ... Almost all households have some kind of washing machine, making hand washing of clothes a thing of the past. ... the Uluhaktok school, Hudsona#39;s Bay Company store, settlement office, community hall, and buildings owned by the Holman Eskimo ... ECONOMIC ADAPTATIONS The rapid rate of change in the material THE COMMUNITY ac 39.
|Author||:||Richard Guy Condon|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 1988|