3 edition of Steps toward understanding rapid culture change in native rural Alaska found in the catalog.
Steps toward understanding rapid culture change in native rural Alaska
Nancy Yaw Davis
Bibliography: p. 78-83.
|Statement||by Nancy Yaw Davis for Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska.|
|Series||A Commission study - Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska ; 16|
|Contributions||Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska.|
|LC Classifications||E78.A3 D25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||78621217|
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To increase understanding of culture change in rural Alaska as it specifically pertains to selected policy-related issues outlined by the Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission staff, four general areas are addressed: traditional subsistence use and effects of changing access and availability of those activities, apparent long-range effects of cash and jobs on village life.
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This book is a good book for learning more on the Alaska Native culture, though there are some presumptions that are drawn, that is to be expected for a book of this nature. I do wish there would have been more parallels and contrasts with the Native American cultures of the lo but it is a quality book for the conciseness of the material /5(5).
Using updated maps, historical pictures, new contemporary photographs, and updated text, the revised edition of Native Cultures in Alaska: Looking Forward, Looking Back is now available in an elegant and accessible format. We are pleased to publish this work in collaboration with the Alaska Geographic Society.5/5(1).
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Subsistence lifestyles and native customs still thrive in many parks and communities. Traditional ecological knowledge and native place names give us a deeper understanding of the science, history, and beauty of our national parks. Discover Alaska Native culture, past and present, in the articles below.
Alaska&Native&Language,&Culture&andIdentity& by Phyllis Fast, PhD University of Alaska Anchorage Dept. of Anthropology Alaska Native peoples inherited customs, languages, and intricate ways of knowing the land of their birth.
There are many ways to configure the groups of languages and pre-colonialFile Size: KB. With these words thundering above the roar of the river, a Tlingit elder of Southeast Alaska challenged his young followers to ponder on the significance of the waves of change surging across their homeland and revolutionizing their world.
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But there comes a time when the phone rings. jurisdiction of the State of Alaska, any subdivision of the State of Alaska, or any Indian tribe in that State.” Yet, the Indian Law and Order Commission’s opinion is that problems in Alaska are so severe and the number of Alaska Native communities affected so large, that continuing to exempt the State from national policy change is Size: KB.
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