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A study of social and economic problems in Unalaska, an Aleut village

Dorothy Miriam Jones

A study of social and economic problems in Unalaska, an Aleut village

by Dorothy Miriam Jones

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aleuts.,
  • Villages -- Alaska.,
  • Alaska -- Social conditions.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUniversity Microfilms Publications -- 70-6048., HRAF -- 70.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2, 6, 242, 1.
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16811506M

    The Unangan people were called "Aleut" by the Russians and that name became the name used almost universally in western languages, even though it was not the name these people used for themselves. The name, "Unangan", originally referred to the native people of the Eastern Aleutians, but is now often used to refer to all the people indigenous to the Aleutian Islands. 3 There doesn't seem to be. singular role of mothers in maintaining the family as a social and economic unit.I 1 Jn this study, I focused on work adaptations as an indicator of the psychological and social functioning of urban Natives. I found 1 that urban Native women made a more stable work adjustment than \ the men.

    SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES. Dissertation Research: The Organization of Complexity: A Study of Late Prehistoric Village Organization in the Eastern Aleutian Region OPP 06/15/96; (OPP) $30,; 11 months University of Wisconsin­Madison Madison, WI Herbert D. G. Maschner. The Aleut District of the Kamachatskaya region was established in , and in the Aleuts of the two Commander Islands were consolidated by the Soviet government to live in the village of Nikolskoye, Bering Island. Aleuts still live there today and face severe economic and social problems, but have no representation in the regional.

      Decolonizing methodologies involves a process of acknowledging that indigenous people have been colonized for the purpose of gaining control, a process which continues into modern times in many forms, sometimes blatant and sometimes subtle (Smith, ). Colonizers, having gained control, reluctantly acquiesce. In the 21st century, many forms of media continue to be utilized to subjugate Author: Michael Livingston, Jane Strickland, Shane Moulton. Thank you for visiting the Institute of Social and Economic Research in the College of Business and Public Policy at the University of Alaska Anchorage. ISER is Alaska's oldest public policy research organization, founded soon after Alaska became a state.


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A study of social and economic problems in Unalaska, an Aleut village by Dorothy Miriam Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

Five issues of primary concern to the village were examined: work, education, health, child welfare, and aggression. A history of Unalaska Island from aboriginal times to the present is included. This historical summary concentrates on how the issues the author plans to discuss were handled in.

Get this from a library. A study of social and economic problems in Unalaska, an Aleut village. [Dorothy Miriam Jones]. The Aleuts have had a highly developed system of informal social controls directed at avoiding conflict and maintaining village harmony through the use of third-party intermediaries and subtle, indirect modes of communication.

Remnants of this system of social control can still be found in Aleut villages. b A Study of Social and Economic Problems in Unalaska: An Aleut Village. Ph.D dissertation, Department of Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley. Google ScholarAuthor: Katherine L. Reedy, Marie E.

Lowe. well defined in social life, as evidenced by separate men's and women's cere-monies, as well as in economic activities. There were apparently no other formal, village-wide social arrangements, but there were formal alliances of small groups or pairs of individuals involving reciprocity of friendship, con-fidence, and economic aid.

CRESP used the questions asked at public meetings in the Aleut communities of Atka, Nikolski, and Unalaska to evaluate attitudes and perceptions before and after the AISA. Major concerns before the AISA were credibility/trust of CRESP and the DOE, and information about biological methodology of the by: 8.

village of Unalaska is on Unalaska Island, while Dutch Harbor is on Amaknak Island. A bridge links the two islands which are separated by only a few hundred feet of water. Today both islands fall within the city limits of Unalaska, a first-class munici- pality.

The port town of Unalaska changed from a. Historical, economic, and political influences on Aleut demography and social organization are considered in relation to an apparent deficit of Aleut males in the early 20th century. In Marchthe Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage, published a series of Alaska Native Policy Papers, supported by the Henry M.

Jackson Foundation, focusing on issues of Alaska Native communities. Aleut - Economy Subsistence and Commercial Activities. With the passage of the Federal Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, each Aleut village selected a certain amount of land within the Aleutian Islands region to own, and the regional Aleut Corporation likewise was given title to certain lands.

User Contributions: 1. Download Citation | Historical Overview of Archaeological Research in the Aleut Region of Alaska | The Aleut region has the longest history of anthropological and archaeological investigations in.

For more than 30 years, Unalaska’s economy has been based primarily on commercial fishing, seafood processing, fleet services and marine transportation. The Port of Dutch Harbor is the only deep draft port from Unimak Pass, west to Adak and north to the Bering Straits that is ice free year round.

Start studying Social Studies chapter 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Standard Book Number: Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 44 Published by Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Printed in the United States of America.

This book is written in poetry form from the view of Vera, a young Aleut girl. It takes place during WWII when the Aleuts were relocated to camps in Alaska. This was because the Japanese invaded the Aleutian shows some of the stuggles Vera and the other people had to /5.

Economy Economic Organization Community Budgets Economics and Employment Fisheries, Oil-Related Activities Other Businesses Transportation Support Services Shipping Economics and Household Structure Income and Transfer Payments Health Social Welfare Public Safety Social Services Health and Physical Well-Being Education Preschool Unalaska City.

Historical, economic, and political influences on Aleut demography and social organization are considered in relation to an apparent deficit of Aleut males in the early 20th century.

Ethnohistoric records detail persistent waves of explorers, fur hunters, missionaries, bureaucrats, and foreign fishermen coming to the Aleutian region for economic exploitation, with some making it their home Cited by: 5.

For behavioral health emergencies please call or your local public safety officer. We have a warm crisis line at Main scheduling number or Main fax line Oonalaska Wellness Center, Unalaska. Aleut dialects of Atka and Attu Berreman, Gerald Duane, Effects of a technological change in an Aleutian village Candela, P.

Blood-group determinations upon the bones of thirty Aleutian mummies Clark, Austin Hobart, This is the first of three short history subjects about three major groups of Alaska natives, Aleuts, Eskimos and Indians.

Histories of the Alaska Natives line shelves in the libraries, and although written by professional researchers, are contradictory in several major areas of. Three short stories and one song are to be used as part of the social studies unit, The Aleuts of the Eighteenth Century, to give an idea of the nature and uses of Aleutian folklore.

Most have simple plots and teach something about proper behavior. "A Sparrow Story," told by an Aleut woman who lived in Unalaska, relates the story of an unfaithful husband whose wife learns of his wrongdoing Author: Patricia H. Partnow.A medical survey of the Aleutian Islands () / Fred Alexander --The Aleuts / V.V.

Antropova --Health and medical lore of the Aleuts / Theodore P. Bank, II --Aleut dialects of Atka and Attu / Knut Bergsland --Effects of a technological change in an Aleutian village / Gerald D. Berreman --Blood-group determinations upon the bones of thirty.The name “Aleut” came from Russian explorers, and its meaning is obscure, so the present-day natives of Unalaska and most of the Aleutian Islands prefer the term Unangan.

Under Russian control, the Unangan were consolidated into fewer and fewer communities to expedite the efficiency in which the Russians could take advantage of their hunting skills.