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Eskimo acculturation

Arthur E. Hippler

Eskimo acculturation

a selected annotated bibliography of Alaskan and other Eskimo acculturation studies

by Arthur E. Hippler

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Published by Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska in College .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America
    • Subjects:
    • Eskimos -- Bibliography.,
    • Acculturation -- North America -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Title on spine: Alaskan and other Eskimo acculturation.

      Other titlesAlaskan and other Eskimo acculturation.
      Statementby Arthur E. Hippler.
      SeriesUniversity of Alaska. ISEGR, no. 28
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC107.A45 A465 no. 28, E99.E7 A465 no. 28
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 209 p.
      Number of Pages209
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5741061M
      LC Control Number70634618

      How do I get my share of this great wealth? Her masks often speak of the split personality of Natives Eskimo acculturation book up in two cultures. Each village has its own school, funded by the state with extra funds from the federal government. Sydney Jones Overview Once known as Eskimos, the Inuit inhabit the Arctic region, one of the most forbidding territories on earth. Through this kind of assimilation, they can attain higher status, they have access to good pay, prestigious occupation and they enjoy the benefits available to the mainstream groups. These people settled north of the Brooks Range and along the coast from Kotzebue in the southwest, up to Point Hope and north and east to Barrow, the mouth of the Colville River, and on to the present-day Canadian border at Demarcation Point.

      Invitations Eskimo acculturation book usually the result of a wish for continued or improved trading relations with the community in question. He spent many years in San Francisco where he concentrated on printmaking. A full-time teacher for the BIA, Neakok was appointed by the State of Alaska to be a magistrate, and was instrumental in introducing the American legal system to the Inupiat. Ernest S. It was held also to appease the spirit of the killed whales. The economic upturn offers a number of opportunities to newcomers, whereas economic difficulties can slow down the process of assimilation.

      Waterproof jackets were also made from the intestines of various sea mammals, while shoes were constructed from seal and caribou Eskimo acculturation book that had been toughened by chewing. Words such as kayak, husky, igloo, and parka all have come from the Inuit. Culturally, traditional Eskimo life was totally adapted to an extremely cold, snow- and icebound environment in which vegetable foods were almost nonexistent, trees were scarce, and caribou, sealwalrusand whale meat, whale blubber, and fish were the major food sources. Ausbel first measured "acculturative stress", and many have since claimed that it is a significant problem for many minority people e. Village life became demoralized because of the trade in whiskey.


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Outboard motors, store-bought clothing, and numerous other manufactured items have entered the cultureand money, unknown in the traditional Eskimo economy, has become a necessity.

The clinical picture that develops will depend on the complex interaction of this psychosocial stressor and the level of ego development and its accompanying defence and coping strategies. Anthropologists have discerned several different cultural epochs that began around the Bering Sea.

Language The Inuit communities of northern Alaska speak Inupiaq, part of the Eskaleut family of languages. Point Hope, still a small Inuit village at the mouth of the Kukpuk River, appears to have been continuously inhabited for 2, Eskimo acculturation book, making it the oldest known Eskimo acculturation book settlement.

They are loved and given much latitude by both parents, and fathers participate actively in raising their children. Though the tools of whale hunting, including harpoons, floats, and sleds, were Eskimo acculturation book from this site, bone and ivory carvings of a rare delicacy—reminiscent of some ancient Siberian art—were found.

As a result of assimilation, ethnic characteristics of the minority can disappear. Can J Psychiatry. InInuit died in Point Barrow from a flu epidemic brought by Eskimo acculturation book whaler, and inmore were lost to measles.

The Netsilik's spoken language is Natsilingmiutut. Acculturation and mental Eskimo acculturation book in the Inuit. Temporary snow houses Eskimo acculturation book also used, though the legendary igloo was a structure used more by Canadian Inuit.

This spirit often took the shape of a land animal, into whose shape the shaman would change him or herself. Now you gotta act Eskimo. We see how the development of manifest psychopathology in two young Inuit males was intimately associated with the stresses of acculturation acting upon personalities characterized by a low self-esteem and negative self-image, feelings of emasculation and a state of anomie.

In the summer most Eskimo families hunted caribou and other land animals with bows and arrows. LC-DIG-ppmsc Eskimo life has changed greatly because of increased contact with societies to the south. In case of a stable child-parent relationship, the child is more eager to adopt the parent's identity, and therefore he or she will not easily integrate in the host country.

The population of the historical Ipiutak was probably larger than that of the modern village of Point Hope, with a population of about 2, people. Rock became the editor of a newsletter formed to educate other Inuit about the dangers. The Cold War brought jobs to the far north, and native art work became an increasing form of income, especially for carvers.

Wintertime was a period for the village to come together; men gathered in the common houses called kashims or karigi, also used for dancing. Russian expeditions in the south led to the near destruction of Aleutian culture.

It is estimated that the Inuit arrived some 4, years ago on the North American continent, thus coming much later than other indigenous peoples. During the mid-twentieth century, there was a great deal of competition for once-native lands, both from the private and public sector.

Each village has its own school, funded by the state with extra funds from the federal government. The Netsilik fished for Arctic char using a leister kakivak to impale fish through a hole in the ice. Students who spoke their native Inupiaq language were punished and made to stand with their faces to the corner or by having their mouths washed out with soap.

The government also tried to make up for depleted resources, as the whaling trade had died out in the early years of the twentieth century, due to depleted resources as well as the discovery of substitutes for baleen.

Eskimo people used harpoons to kill seals, which they hunted either on the ice or from kayaksskin-covered, one-person canoes. I got homesick.The last chapter discussed the meaning of the concepts of race, ethnicity, socioeconomic position (SEP), and acculturation and language use and how they interact in affecting health and health care.

This chapter discusses how these concepts are measured. The chapter first describes how race and. Acculturation and mental disorder in the Inuit. The phenomenon of acculturation stress is described with particular reference to the subsequent development of the transitional role conflict.

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