Volume 62, Issue 6 p. 1028-1044

Culture Change and Integration: An Eskimo Example1

NORMAN A. CHANCE

NORMAN A. CHANCE

University of Oklahoma

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First published: December 1960
Citations: 32
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Major financial support for this study was provided by a Lincoln Ellsworth Memorial Fellowship of the Arctic Institute of North America, the Office of Naval Research (ONR-225), the American Philosophical Society, and small Research Grant M-2555 (A) of the National Institute of Mental Health, Public Health Service. Invaluable aid was also given by the Arctic Health Research Center of the U. S. Public Health Service, and the University of Oklahoma Research Institute and Faculty Research Committee. I would like to acknowledge a special indebtedness to Margaret Lantis who initially suggested the study and contributed greatly to its implementation. To Robert N. Rapoport, Benjamin D. Paul, Charles C. Hughes, and Donald Hayes, who made numerous helpful comments on an earlier draft of this paper, I am also very greatful. Reproduction of this article in whole or in part is permitted for any purpose by the United States Government.

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