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1 BEN-DOR, Shmuel Newfoundland Social and Economic Studies No.04 Makkovik : Eskimos and Settlers in a Labrador Community : A Contrastive Study in Adaptation. Newfoundland Social and Economic Studies No.4
Institute of Social and Economic Research / ISER, St. John's, 1966, 
BEN-DOR, Shmuel. Makkovik : Eskimo and Settlers in a Labrador Community : AContrastive Study in Adaptation. St. John's: Institute of Social and Econo mic Research, 1966. Pp (4),i-v,(1).1-208. Maps. 8vo, blue card covers. O'Dea 3906. Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Social and Economic Studies No.4. Contents : I. The Setting, Labrador : The Area; The People; Historical Notes: Hebron; Historical Notes:Makkovik; Resettlement of Hebron Eskimos in Makkovik. II. The Village: Mak kovik 1963 : Village Layout; Houses; Public Buildings; Population. III. Economic Network : Material Culture; Subsistence Foundation of the Labrador Economy; Money Foundation of the Labrador Economy; Annual Economic Cycle; Economic Systems: Eskimo vs. Settler; Conclusion. IV. Social Organization : Eskimo Kinship Terminology; The Eskimo Family and Household; Adoption; The Eskimo Kindred; The Extension of the "Ilarit"; Settler Social Organization; Political Organization; Conclusion. V. Religious System: I. Church Year : Methodology; Religious Beliefs; Church Calandar; Sunday Patterm; Confirnationand Communion; Church Divisions and Festival Days; Annual Holidays. VI. Re ligious System: II.Accretions : The "Waluyuks"; "Kamotik" Race -- Center ofSports Day; Birthday Celebrations vs. Parties; The Dance; Drinkng; Central Themes of the Religious System; Conclusion. VII. Eskimo-Settler Relations : Eskimo vs. Settler Identity; Generational Mobility; The "Mixed" Category;Relations Prior to Hebron Resettlement; Eskimo Suspicion vs. Settler Resen tment; Bilingualism; Eskimo-Settler Relations; I. Children. II. Adults. III. Adolescents. Conclusions. VIII. The Binding Element: Adminiastration : Communication; Trade; Law Enforcement; Medical Services; Education; Conclusion. A very good, tidy copy. 20.00

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