“This is the life”: Fishing in the context of environmental change in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories: an examination of the gendered aspects of local subsistence fishing activity

Zoe Sarah Todd

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Abstract

This presentation investigated data on women’s subsistence fishing in the context of shifting environmental and social conditions in the Inuvialuit community of Paulatuk. It proposed a methodology for incorporating women’s environmental knowledge into broader discussions of environmental change, non-renewable resource development and human-environment relationships in the Arctic.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 24 Jun 2011
EventInternational Congress of Arctic Social Sciences - Akureyri, Iceland
Duration: 24 Jun 2011 → …

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ConferenceInternational Congress of Arctic Social Sciences
CountryIceland
CityAkureyri
Period24/06/11 → …

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subsistence
environmental change
fishing
nonrenewable resource
resource development
environmental conditions
methodology
woman
social condition

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“This is the life”: Fishing in the context of environmental change in Paulatuk, Northwest Territories : an examination of the gendered aspects of local subsistence fishing activity. / Todd, Zoe Sarah.

2011. Paper presented at International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences, Akureyri, Iceland.

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