Volume 4(1-2), 1987
Thuen, T. & Mathiesen, P.: Introduction. 3.
I. Changes in Arctic populations in the 80’s: some current issues
Cloutier, L.: Quand le mercure s’élève trop haut à la Baie James. 5-23.
Robitaille, N. & Choinière, R.: The Inuit population of Canada: Present situation, future trends. 25-36.
McNulty, Gerry in collaboration with Marja Magga: Measuring ethnic belonging from within: The case of the Vuotso Saami. 37-42.
II. Population and ethnicity in the past
Rasmussen, H.E.: On socio-genealogies in South West Greenland, 1750-1950. 43-52.
Choinière, R. & Robitaille, N.: The fertility of the Inuit of Northern Québec: A half-century of fluctuations. 53-64.
Thuen, T.: One community – one people? Ethnicity and demography in a North-Norwegian community 1865-1930. 65-83-
III. Life styles and economic prospects for arctic populations
Lyck, L.: A model for estimation of the relation between a nation and a colonial area, applied to the Denmark-Greenland relations. 85-90.
Barre, K. de la: Strategies in northern development in Canada since the late 1960’s. 91-118.
Dorion, H.: Native Toponymy and Territorial Rights. 119-126.
Gagnon, J.A.: Recognition of native rights in Northern Québec: Settlement of comprehensive claims of constitutional protection and economic development. 127-136.
Berliner, P.: Small-scale schooling and national development. Schools in small settlements in Greenland: The impact on the opportunities of adolescents concerning work and/or education. 137-146.
The committee on northern population research/Le comité de recherche sur les populations nordiques. 147.
List of participants. 148.