Arctic Research Directory

ID-250 :   Cultural Anthropological Study of Inuit Society in Canada

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Cultural Anthropological Study of Inuit Society in Canada

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] Indigenous Management and Sharing of Marine Resources [outline] I investigate how the Inupiat manage the marine resources and share them with others.
- Individual Project Information 1/2 Research/Observation Period 2006-02-01 〜 2006-03-31

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Sharing and Commercial Distribution of Marine Resources by Indigenous Peoples

Discipline(s)

Social and Human Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNobuhiro KISHIGAMIAffiliationDepartment of Advanced Studies in Anthropology, National Museum of Ethnology, National Institutes for the HumanitiesCountryJapan

Research/Observation Methods

Participant observation

Research/Observation Period

2006-02-01 〜 2006-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Kuujuaq, Nunavik (Canada) Latitude [degree]: 60.800000 Longitude [degree]: -78.200000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 2/2 Research/Observation Period 2006-09-15 〜 2006-09-30

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Sharing and Commercial Distribution of Marine Resources by Indigenous Peoples

Discipline(s)

Social and Human Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNobuhiro KISHIGAMIAffiliationDepartment of Advanced Studies in Anthropology, National Museum of Ethnology, National Institutes for the HumanitiesCountryJapan

Research/Observation Methods

observation

Research/Observation Period

2006-09-15 〜 2006-09-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Northwest Alaska

Research/Observation Area

N: 71.490700, S: 68.149710, W: -150.788290 E: -163.468490,

Data Information

Data Registration
10:41 on Thu December 27, 2018
Last Update
15:19 on Thu January 10, 2019