Cultural Dynamics and Social Representations of Dogs in the Inuit Community of Kuujjuaq (Nunavik)
Presents the findings of research conducted in September of 2016 on the changing place of dogs in Kuujjaq, a community where Inuit and non-Inuit live together. Researchers found “that dogs in the community occupy a position that oscillates between appreciation and repulsion—a position shaped by cultural and community contexts.” Text in French.
Études Inuit Studies, vol. 41, no. 1-2, Bestiaire inuit = Inuit Bestiary, 2017, pp. 265-283
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