|Title||Discourse and Identity in the Baffin Region.|
|Description:||1) Ts. Draft annotated by M. Krauss.
This article describes discourse practices in Iqaluit and Igloolik, two predominantly Inuit communities of Nunavut's Baffin Region. Based on observation and interviews with Inuit, anglophone and francophone respondents, it seeks to understand how language behavior may be understood as an expression of Inuit identity.
2) Book: Language in Nunavut: Discourse and Identity in the Baffin Region by Louis-Jacques Dorais; Susan Sammons; Université Laval. Groupe d'études inuit et circumpolaires.; Nunavut Arctic College. Language and Culture Program. Iqaluit : Nunavut Arctic College, Language and Culture Program, 2002.
Held in UAF Rasmuson Library: PM55.D667 2002 ALASKA
|Citation||Arctic Anthropology, Vol. 37, No. 2, 2000, pp. 92-111.|
Dorais, Loius-Jacques (author)
Sammons, Susan (author)
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