Eskimo childhood and interpersonal relationships

Nunivak biographies and genealogies
  • 219 Pages
  • 4.19 MB
  • English
Washington U.P.; Hall
Statementgenealogies and illustrations drawn by Edward G. Schumacher ; photographs by the author.
SeriesAmerican Ethnological Society. Publications
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19280036M

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The digit and digit formats both work. Author: Margaret Lantis. Click on the article title to read : Charles C. Hughes. In both its intent and accomplishments the book is an important contribution to our knowledge of Alaskan Eskimo personality as well as culture.

It gives us a series of comparative cases, an approach to the clinical study of personality in a non-Western setting. It builds on the author's extensive and impressive earlier work. It makes [63, Eskimo Childhood and Interpersonal Relationships: Nunivak Biographies and Genealogies. Margaret Lantis.

Genealogies and illustrations drawn by Edward G. Schumacher Eskimo Childhood and Interpersonal Relationships: Nunivak Biographies and Genealogies. Margaret. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lantis, Margaret, Eskimo childhood and interpersonal relationships. Seattle, Univ. of Washington Press, Eskimo Childhood and Interpersonal Relationships: Nunivak Biographies and Genealogies.

By Margaret Lantis. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, Illustrations and map. $) This book constitutes a useful appendix to Lantis' previous publications on the Eskimos of Alaska, and especially of Nunivak Island.

Eskimo childhood and interpersonal relationships: Nunivak biographies and genealogies () is one of Lantis' books that has been widely reviewed. With 18 autobiographical accounts and biological sketches from Nunivak Island in east Bering Sea, the book reveals the strains and complaints felt by the small community of approximately Inuit people.

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Although excellent bibliographies are available for studies in Eskimo culture, nothing has been compiled for the specific area of Eskimo Religion. "Relationships Between North-West. As children develop so do their interpersonal and social skills, around siblings and peers children learn to share and also to be assertive and persuasive.

As children learn language they learn how to communicate in increasingly complex ways. The genealogical information of Nunivak Island, dating back to the early s, was primarily gathered from the book Eskimo Childhood and Interpersonal Relationships written by Margaret Lantis.

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Bulletin of the American Ethnological Society by American Ethnological Society Eskimo childhood and interpersonal relationships: In addition, the book provides readers with important contemporary Kalahari studies, as well as "classic" works on foraging societies."--Publisher's website.

Eskimo Childhood and Interpersonal Relationships. Seattle: University of Washington Press. Nelson, Edward W. The Eskimo About Bering Strait. Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Report, Vol.

1, pp. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution. [The finest 19th-century documentation of Yup'ik culture and technology.]. Interpersonal relationships are social bonds and affiliations that people develop.

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