Patrons and brokers in the East Arctic, edited by Robert Paine.

; Memorial University of Newfoundland. Institute of Social and Economic Research
[St. John's] Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland [1971] .

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Other Authors Memorial University of Newfoundland. Institute of Social and Economic Research.
Subjects Canada.
Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations.
Indians of North America -- Government relations.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Canada -- Conditions sociales.
Inuit -- Canada -- Government relations.
Inuit -- Canda -- conditions sociales.
Inuit -- Government relations.
Series Newfoundland social and economic papers ; no. 2.
Description 111 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Essays presented at a seminar at Memorial University in 1967.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 106-111).
Summary Anthropological approach to patronage to uncover and explain the grass-roots level of political process in the Canadian arctic to-day. Studies role of missionaries and RCMP et cetera in community development.
Contents A theory of patronage and brokerage / Robert Paine -- The transactional basis of influence: white men among Naskapi Indians / Georg Henriksen -- Tolerance and rejection of patron roles in an Eskimo settlement / Milton Freeman -- Strategies of perception: the management of ethnic identity / Jean Briggs -- Early patrons of the Labrador Eskimos: the Moravian Mission in Labrador, 1764-1805 / James Hiller.
Geographic Area Canada
Network Numbers (OCoLC)427855
(OCoLC)ocm00427855
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WorldCat Identities Paine, Robert.
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