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Title SLiCA : Arctic living conditions. Living conditions and quality of life among Inuit, Saami and indigenous peoples of Chukotka and the Kola Peninsula / editor : Birger Poppel ; translator : Kuupik V. Kleist ; lead authors : Birger Poppel, Thomas Andersen, Bent-Martin Eliassen, Marita Melhus, Jack Kruse, Ann Ragnhild Broderstad, Gérard Duhaime, Roberson Édouard, Nick Bernard, Alexandre Morin, Mitdlarak Lennert, Catherine Turcotte, MarieKathrine Poppel, Hugh Beach, Johanna Roto ; contributing authors : Karina Keskitalo, Charles Westin
Published Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (426 pages) : illustrations, maps, portraits
Series TemaNord ; 2015:501
TemaNord ; 2015:501
Contents Foreword and Acknowledgements -- Preface -- Introduction to SLiCA -- Living Conditions in the Arctic -- Design and methods in a survey of living conditions in the Arctic -- Prevalence of self-reported suicidal thoughts in SLiCA -- Sustainability from a Local Point of View -- Economic Stratification and Living Conditions in the Canadian Arctic -- Beyond the Harsh. Objective and Subjective Living Conditions in Nunavut -- Education in Greenland 1973-2004/06 -- "Boys aren't taught anything anymore!", The Role of Gender in Native Subsistence, Work Patterns, and Aspirations in Northwest Alaska -- Changes in gender roles in Greenland and perceived contributions to the household -- The Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic (SLiCA) as deployed in Sweden -- Abstracts: English, Danish and Greenlandic -- Author mini CVs -- Afterword: Facts hard to get
Summary Arctic Social Indicators II (ASI-II) is a follow-up activity to ASI-I (2010) and the first Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR, 2004). The objective of ASI (2010) was to develop a small set of Arctic specific social indicators that as a collective would help facilitate the tracking and monitoring of change in human development in the Arctic. ASI indicators were developed for six domains that are considered prominent aspects of human development in the Arctic by residents in the Arctic: Health and Population; Material Wellbeing; Education; Cultural Wellbeing; Contact with Nature; and Fate Control
Notes Errata slip included
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Indigenous peoples -- Russia (Federation) -- Chukotskiĭ avtonomnyĭ okrug -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Indigenous peoples -- Russia (Federation) -- Kola Peninsula -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Inuit -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Quality of life -- Arctic regions -- 21st century
Sami (European people) -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Economic history.
HISTORY -- Polar Regions.
Indigenous peoples -- Social conditions.
Inuit -- Social conditions.
Quality of life.
Sami (European people) -- Social conditions.
Social conditions.
Arctic regions -- Economic conditions -- 21st century
Arctic regions -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Arctic Regions.
Russia (Federation) -- Chukotskiĭ avtonomnyĭ okrug.
Russia (Federation) -- Kola Peninsula.
Form Electronic book
Author Andersen, Thomas, author
Beach, Hugh, author
Bernard, Nick, author
Duhaime, Gérard, 1953- author
Eliassen, Bent-Martin, author
Édouard, Roberson, 1977- author
Keskitalo, Karina, author
Kleist, Kuupik V., translator
Kruse, John A., author
Lennert, Mitdlarak, author
Melhus, Marita, author
Morin, Alexandre, 1974- author
Poppel, Birger, editor, author
Poppel, MarieKatherine, author
Ragnhild Broderstad, Ann, author
Roto, Johanna, author
Turcotte, Catherine, author
Westin, Charles, 1941- author
ISBN 9289338962 (electronic bk.)
9789289338967 (electronic bk.)