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Julie Cruikshank and Peggy Brizinski deal with the process of conducting ethnography in the Canadian North, and the effects of ethnography on both the discipline of anthropology and the Native residents. Cruikshank presents a macro-level analysis of the politics of ethnography, addressing such key questions as the manner in which cultures have been, and can be, portrayed by anthropologists and the role of collaborative research in producing both sensitive and useful texts from the Native perspective.
S. Smith 1985:154). He also draws the conclusion that "once society had been broken down into a group of individuals, by means of censuses and surveys, it was no longer necessary to delegate the function of the 43 The Eskimo Disk List System government contractually through privileged instruments of mediation, whether families or the "little republics" of village communities. S. Smith 1985:156). The analogy to the projects of governance by the Canadian state in the Arctic is arresting — certainly not in detail, but in the fundamental strategies of governance and their impacts on the population.
Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press. - 1983b. " In The Politics of Indianness in Canadian Society, ed. A. Tanner, 197-305. St John's: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland. - 1985. " In Indigenous Peoples and the Nation-State: Fourth World Politics in Canada, Australia and Norway, ed. N. Dyck, 1-26. St John's: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland. - 1990. " Canadian Ethnic Studies 22(3):40-55.