Principal Investigator:Cooper, Harold K Licenced Year(s):
The proposed research will examine variation in the archaeological record of the spatial and temporal context of copper from the Coronation Gulf (CG) region in the Canadian Arctic and Subarctic to answer questions about innovation in metallurgical technology among northern hunter-gatherers.
Specific research questions to be addressed through spatial and contextual analysis include: (1) Does co...
Principal Investigator:Johnson, Donald S. Licenced Year(s):20072006
During the summer of 2005, the researcher plans to complete his research on the processes of long-term Copper Inuit - Euopean intersocietal interaction during the 19th and 20th centuries. As well, the researcher will deliver a holistic presentation to the community of Holman on all findings to date. Research priorities this year include doing additional oral interviews, fact-checking, a final ar...
Principal Investigator:Collings, Peter F Licenced Year(s):
Research will be conducted in Holman from January 1 through December31, 1997. Data will be collected through a series of survey and questionnaire procedures, which will include the following: 1) a household census interview, 2) health and functionality interviews, 3) an age interview 4) life history interviews, and 5) a biweekly hunting/fishing/food sharing survey. It is expected that the researc...
Principal Investigator:Edgecombe, Nancy A. Licenced Year(s):
`Value Orientation Profiles' have been used to describe the values of various cultural groups as well as to compare cultural groups to identify areas of conflict. Copper Inuit adults will be interviewed for approximately 45 minutes during which time they will be asked to answer questions about hypothetical situations. Answers to these questions will be examined in light of existing health care t...
Principal Investigator:Collingnon, Beatrice Licenced Year(s):
To continue to study Inuit geography, their geographical thoughts about the land, their perception of space and the way they organize their knowledge of the land into a general explanation of the world around them; to record Inuit categories of perceiving them and their territories....