2 edition of Vunta Kutchin social change found in the catalog.
Vunta Kutchin social change
|Statement||by Asen Balikci.|
|Series||NCRC -- 63-3, NCRC (Series) -- 63-3|
|Contributions||Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre (Canada)|
|LC Classifications||E99 V8 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||161|
The Point Barrow people say that the Kupûñmiun are “bad;”64 but notwithstanding this small parties from the two villages occasionally travel east to the Mackenzie, and spend the winter at the Kupûñmiun village, whence they visit the “great house,” returning the following season. Such a party left Point Barrow J ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES for the most part on a classification by C. F. Voegelin and F. M. Voegelin as found in Harold Driver’s Indians of North America, with some variation. It should be kept in mind that linguistic studies involve a certain amount of guesswork, so readers may encounter other language groupings in other readings.
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Ottawa, Ont: Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre, Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Clarkson, Peter and Leigh, Tamara. Gwindoo Nanh Kak Geenjit Gwichʼin Ginjik, More Gwichʼin Words About the Land. Gwichʼin Renewable Resource Canada (Northwest Territories, Yukon): 3, Vunta Kutchin social change Written Work, Book.
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The author offers little background information to give context for the work’s relevance, and the prose is rather dense and jargon-heavy: “Among the Vunta Kutchin, Balikci noticed that. Vunta Kutchin Social Change. by Asen Balikci. Library No (Study of social change in the Old Crow area.
Includes outline of traditional culture, discussion of the changes introduced by missionaries, traders, police, etc.
and discussion of the contemporary culture. What does OCYT stand for. OCYT stands for Old Crow Yukon Territory.
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The history of trade among Indian groups of the Canadian Yukon has included changes in the quantity and type of goods involved and, more importantly, changes in the social relations between the people who conducted this trade.
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