Inuit youth

growth and change in the Canadian Arctic by Richard G. Condon

Publisher: Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick [N.J.]

Written in English
Cover of: Inuit youth | Richard G. Condon
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Places:

  • Holman Island (N.W.T.),
  • Northwest Territories.,
  • Northwest Territories

Subjects:

  • Inuit youth -- Northwest Territories,
  • Inuit -- Northwest Territories -- Psychology,
  • Indians of North America -- Northwest Territories -- Psychology,
  • Copper Eskimos,
  • Holman Island (N.W.T.) -- Social conditions

Edition Notes

StatementRichard G. Condon.
SeriesAdolescents in a changing world
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE99.E7 C7283 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 252 p. :
Number of Pages252
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2726453M
ISBN 100813512123
LC Control Number86020257

Inuit Youth Council Leader Is Voice Of Next Generation As the president of Canada’s Inuit Youth Council, Maatalii Okalik is finding innovative ways for Inuit young people to . Abstracts Abstract. This article draws on data collected in Nunavik between and to describe the perceptions of Inuit students and their teachers (Inuit and non-Inuit) about their motivation, the purpose of schooling, the quality of their relationships, and the pedagogical choices and approaches that influence their : Tatiana Garakani. Inuit Youth Speak Out: Language on the Line Eilís Quinn, Eye on the Arctic Posted: Wednesday, Octo at — Last Updated: Thursday, Febru at When the family is changed in a family-based collectivist culture, many problems arise. Cases of suicidal youth are discussed. Then the book focuses on the positive aspect that when Inuit communities design and run their own activities for suicide prevention, suicides are prevented.

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Links to Inuit Organizations. The following listing of basic information related to the various Inuit organizations in Canada has been prepared by PAIL and shows the names, addresses, phone/fax numbers, e-mail addresses and internet web site URLs for each of these organizations. Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document.. Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Condon, Richard G. (Richard Guy) Title: Inuit youth: growth and change in the Canadian Arctic Published By: Original publisher New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutger University Press. by:   Last week, NPR published a special report on suicide in Native Arctic communities. Reporter Rebecca Hersher spent 10 weeks in Greenland, . The organizers of Youth Music Night and the dozen children who have come for cinnamon buns, homemade stew and a chance to connect with Inuit community members through music, are sitting, standing, singing and horsing around. Different-sized drums, a guitar, a harmonica and a jaw harp make their way through hands big and small throughout the.

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The author vividly describes the day-to-day activities of Inuit youth, their time playing sports and games, attending school, engaging in sexual play, and simply "hanging out" with their peers.

Throughout the book, Condon communicates the young people's perspectives on their own social by:   This book is good in the sense that it provides a thumbnail view of who an Inuit is. It is a good book for children to learn about another culture. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful.

Comment Report abuse. Organized Village of Kasaan. out of 5 stars Five Stars/5(7). Inuit Youth: Past and Present The world of today's Copper Inuit youth is markedly different from that of their parents and grandparents.

In the past, young people not only made a rapid transition into adulthood, but faced predetermined roles and responsibilities imposed by the demands of a harsh and unproductive habitat. Inupiat living in Northwest Alaska have one of the highest youth suicide rates in the world.

Other circumpolar peoples share this disturbing distinction. This demographic and ethnic health disparity has spurred research that investigates acculturation stress as a cause of Inuit youth by: The report, from Statistics Canada's health analysis division, found that the suicide rate among children and teens in the Inuit homelands was 30 times that of youth in the rest of Canada during.

Youth make up the majority of Canada’s 60, Inuit. The National Inuit Youth Council (NIYC) was established by the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, now known as Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) in to provide guidance and input into issues of interest for Inuit youth in Canada.

National Inuit Youth Council, Ottawa, ON. K likes. The National Inuit Youth Council represents the interest of Inuit Youth across Canada.

For more info, visit (14). Inuit Youth | "An excellent example of applied anthropology. Condon avoids the pitfalls of technical jargon an enjoyable reading experience for all."--Arctic "A substantial Inuit youth book to our cross-cultural understanding of adolescence.

“Apropos Inuit youth book Eskimo, I once heard a missionary describe the extraordinary difficulty he had found in translating the Bible into Eskimo.

It was useless to talk of corn or wine to a people who did not know even what they meant, so he had to use equivalents within their powers of comprehension.

National Inuit Youth Council, Ottawa, ON. K likes. The National Inuit Youth Council represents the interest of Inuit Youth across Canada. For more info, visit (15).

First, the Inuit are among the gentlest parenting cultures in the Inuit youth book. They rarely, if ever, yell at a child. In his book Inuit Youth: Growth and Change in the American Arctic, Richard Guy Condon says that he heard of only one substantiated case of physical punishment in three years of fieldwork, and that “a child who misbehaves is not seen as a ‘bad child,’ who intentionally engages.

The national organization, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (which means “Inuit are united in Canada”), holds permanent seats for Inuit Circumpolar Council, Pauktuutit Inuit women of Canada, and the national Inuit youth council.

Most of the 53 Inuit communities across these regions operate as municipalities. There is far more to the world of the Inuits than cold temperatures and snow.

In this book, readers discover the incredible ways these people have learned to thrive in their harsh climate. Readers explore Inuit history from the first Arctic dwellers to the present.

The cultural struggle faced by the Inuits is presented as they work to survive in the modern world while still trying to preserve. technology’s incorporation. In this sense, Inuit youth “travel” through Facebook using it for their own purposes such as accessing cultural referents of the land in a multimedia interface.

This research also argues, from an actor-network perspective, that Inuit youthCited by: 1. An Inuit Elder and Youth Workshop We are looking for 10 Inuit women youth and 10 Inuit women elders.

has organized an Inuit elder and youth workshop. The overall goal of this workshop is to develop leadership among elders and youth to reach out to families and community members to raise awareness of abuse issues as part of a community.

" Inuit Youth: Growth and Change in the Canadian Arctic by Richard G. Condon A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is. Inuit weapons › Frame for drying skins. Animal skins were dried on a simple wooden frame before being made into clothes or used for bedding.

Stone lamp. Simple oil lamps helped keep the interior of the igloo warm and snug. Igloo. The Inuit built dome-shaped igloos made from blocks of snow and ice. Inuit (/ ˈ ɪ nj u ɪ t /; Inuktitut: ᐃᓄᐃᑦ, "the people", singular: Inuk ᐃᓄᒃ, dual: Inuuk ᐃᓅᒃ [failed verification]) are a group of culturally similar indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada and Alaska (United States).

The Inuit languages are part of the Eskimo–Aleut family. Inuit Sign Language is a critically endangered language isolate Canada: 65, (). Once known as Eskimos, the Inuit inhabit the Arctic region, one of the most forbidding territories on earth.

Occupying lands that stre miles from parts of Siberia, along the Alaskan coast, across Canada, and on to Greenland, the Inuit are one of the most widely dispersed people in the world, but number only ab in population.

Get this from a library. From the minds of youth: exploring Inuit youth resilience within a changing climate and applications for climate change adaptation in Nunatsiavut, Labrador, Canada. [Joanna Petrasek MacDonald] -- "The Canadian North is experiencing rapid social, cultural, economic, political, and environmental change that have direct impacts on the lives of Inuit living in this region.

Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit is a body of knowledge and unique cultural insights of Inuit into the workings of nature, humans and animals. Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, then, has both practical and epistemological aspects that branch out from a fundamental principle that human beings are learning, rational beings with an infinite potential for problem.

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LOCATION: MOCHA, in Hall 4 of IFEMA. ATTENDING: Mark Terry (moderator), Maeva Gauthier, the Inuit youth filmmakers of Tuktoyaktuk. Speaking Youth to Power: Inuit Filmmakers Share Stories of Climate Impacts in the Arctic.

"A solid complement to social studies lessons about traditional Inuit customs and the languages of Canada." — National Reading Campaign "This book is a fun and aesthetically striking way to teach children about a new language and culture, and could be a useful tool for early primary school social studies classes." — Green Teacher.

The year-old’s first novel Those Who Run in the Sky, published by Inhabit Media, will be launched on April 13 at Nunavut Sivuniksavut on Rideau Street in Ottawa. The book is a coming-of-age story about a young hunter who is learning to become a leader. When he is swept away in a blizzard to the spirit world—without a dog team or weapons—Piturniq encounters a shaman and many mythical.

Written in English and in Inuktituk, the language of Canada's Inuit people, the book is accompanied by a CD, which includes a reading in both languages and a performance by Susan.

Also available in French and Inuktituk. An Aboriginal Carol is certain to become a classic. Awards. Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice, ; Additional.

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Corliss Bean1, Tanya Forneris1 1University of Ottawa, Department of Human Kinetics Corresponding author email: [email protected] Citation: Bean, C., Forneris, T. Exploring stakeholders’ experiences of implementing an ice hockey programme for Inuit youth.

Journal of Sport for Development. ;4(6) Download article as PDF Abstract The Nunavik Youth Hockey Development Program. Elizabeth Niiqsik Ferguson, 24, the youth representative for the Alaska chapter of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, says social media has given young Inuit a platform to transmit positive images of.Keywords: youth, Inuit communities, critical Indigenous methodologies, participatory action research, research ethics, resilience Résumé Les voix des jeunes sont souvent négligées dans les débats sur le développement et les politiques de l’éducation.

Cet article s’inspire d’une .