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Labrador Inuit and their arrow shafts

Mitchell, Greg (2015)

Du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle, il semble que les Inuit du Labrador aient prisé les bois tendres des troncs de conifères pour fabriquer les flèches de différentes tailles qu’ils utilisaient à la chasse et à la guerre. L’examen au microscope des hampes de flèches inuit du site Twin Island 3 ( ...

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A praxis for ethical research and scientific conduct in Greenland

Holm, Lene Kielsen et al. (2011)

The last 30 years have seen remarkable changes in the political and social structure of Greenland. In 1979 Home Rule was proclaimed, giving the territory some measure of autonomy from Denmark. Self-Government (Naalakkersuisut) was instituted in June 2009 after a referendum, giving Greenland control ...

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The tip of the iceberg: Ice as a non-human actor in the climate change debate

Bjørst, Lill Rastad (2010)

The global climate change debate has the Arctic as a core region of concern and ice has become a central aspect of discourses. This article discusses ice representations from six different contexts linked to the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) in Copenhagen. The author argues ...

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Creating space for negotiating the nature and outcomes of collaborative research projects with Aboriginal communities

Lyons, Natasha (2011)

This article investigates intellectual property and ethical issues involved in negotiating research processes and outcomes in collaborative projects with Aboriginal communities. A series of ideas are outlined to lay a foundation for thinking about ways to create a conceptual space for open and ...

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Culturally relevant schooling in Nunavut: Views of secondary school educators

Aylward, M.Lynn (2009)

The Nunavut Department of Education is committed to creating culturally relevant Nunavut secondary schools using, as a foundation, the principles of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit (Inuit traditional knowledge and learning), bilingualism, and inclusive schooling. This paper focuses on the voices of Nunavut ...

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