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  • Biculturalism in Postsecondary Inuit Education
    A survey of 30 first-semester postsecondary Inuit students from northern Quebec, living and studying in the Montreal area, found that a large majority were bicultural in cultural identity. Results support the bicultural and bilingual model practiced by the Kativik school board's dual mandate.
  • Representing the Inuit in Contemporary British and Canadian Juvenile Non-Fiction
    Examines text and pictorial representations of the Inuit in juvenile reference books and in geographical and historical juvenile non-fiction works. Finds continuing prevalence of a wide range of stereotypes.