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The Skolt Lapps Today (C. .has been added to your Cart. The contemporary organization of the consequently resettled Skolt Lapp community in the larger of the resultant 'reservations', the Sevettijärvi area, is the subject of this 1976 study.

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The changing pattern of reindeer husbandry has resulted in numbers of formerly successful breeders having to abandon their livelihood and take up other occupations.

Dr Tim Ingold has written a book of considerable importance to the student of Arctic peoples. The changing pattern of reindeer husbandry has resulted in numbers of formerly successful breeders having to abandon their livelihood and take up other occupations. The opportunities for such alternative employment, as well as for the exploitation of subsidiary natural resources, especially fishing, are well described.

On the conclusion of the Second World War, Finland was obliged to cede its northeasternmost territory of Petsamo to the Soviet Union. Amongst those who lost their homes were around four hundred representatives of the original native population of the territory, the Skolt Lapps.

A Changing Culture - Tim Ingold The Skolt Lapps today. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1976, 276 pp, illus. Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. A Changing Culture - Tim Ingold The Skolt Lapps today. 7. Volume 18, Issue 116.

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Timothy Ingold, FBA, FRSE (born 1 November 1948) is a British anthropologist, and Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen. He was educated at Leighton Park School in Reading, UK and his father was the world-renowned mycologist Cecil Terence Ingold. He attended Churchill College, Cambridge, initially studying natural sciences but shifting to anthropology (BA in Social Anthropology 1970, PhD 1976).

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On the conclusion of the Second World War, Finland was obliged to cede its northeasternmost territory of Petsamo to the Soviet Union. Amongst those who lost their homes were around four hundred representatives of the original native population of the territory, the Skolt Lapps. The Skolts were subsequently resettled in two 'reservations' marked out in the wilderness of Finland's present northeastern borderlands. The contemporary organization of the Skolt community in the larger of these reservations, the Sevettijärvi area, is the subject of this 1976 study. The first part of the book the ecological imbalance created by technological innovation and commercial penetration; the second analyses the the activities and relationships built up on the fixes template of the resettlement plan; and the third explores the business of 'leap-frog' politics, which links the community into the machinery of modern government and the forum of debate on the future of native minorities.

The Skolt Lapps Today (Changing Culture Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0521212991

ISBN: 0521212995

Author: Tim Ingold

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Anthropology

Language: English

Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 28, 1977)

Pages: 287 pages

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