When the caribou do not come : indigenous knowledge and adaptive management in the Western Arctic

Auteur(s) : Parlee, Brenda L. (Éd.)
Caine, Ken J. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-263 p. : photos et illustrations en noir et blanc, cartes, schémas, tableaux ; 23 cm.Publication : Vancouver : The University of British Columbia, 2018.Cote : ND.90Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitres. Index.
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Introduction / Parlee, Brenda et Caine, Ken --

From Tuktoyaktuk: place of Caribou / Pokiak, Frank --

The past facing forward: history and caribou management in Northern Canada / Sandlos, John --

Recounting caribou / Parlee, Brenda --

Beyond the harvest study / Parlee, Brenda ; Zimmer, Natalie et Boxall, Peter --

We are the people of the caribou / Neyelle, Morris --

Harvesting in Dene territory: the connection of Ɂepę (caribou) to the culture and identity of the Shúhtagot’ı̨nę / Andrew, Leon --

Dene youth perspectives: learning skills on the land / McMillan, Roger --

Time, effort, practice, and patience / Jackson, Anne Marie --

The wage economy and caribou harvesting / Todd, Zoe et Parlee, Brenda --

Caribou and the politics of sharing / Maracle, Tobi Jeans ; Tetlichi, Glenna ; Kassi, Norma et Natcher, David --

Recollections of caribou use and management / Charlie, Robert --

Ways we respect caribou: a comparison of rules and rules-in-use in the management of the porcupine caribou / Wray, Kristine --

Letting the leaders pass: barriers to using traditional ecological knowledge in co-management as the basis of formal hunting regulations / Padilla, Elisabeth et Kofinas, Gary P. --

Linking the kitchen table and boardroom table: women in caribou management / Parlee, Brenda ; Wray, Kristine et Todd, Zoe.

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