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Never in Anger

Portrait of an Eskimo Family

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PAPERBACK

$36.00 • £28.95 • €32.50

ISBN 9780674608283

Publication Date: 01/01/1971

Short

408 pages

5-5/8 x 8-3/4 inches

5 halftones, 5 line illustrations, 1 map

World

  • Spelling and Pronunciation Note
  • People
  • Introduction
    • 1. The Study
    • 2. The Setting
    • 3. Arrival
    • 4. The Seasons
    • 5. Nomadism
    • 6. The Society
  • I. Inuttiaq
    • 1. Dominance and Intensity
    • 2. Religious Leader: Assertiveness
    • 3. Father to Kapluna: Protective Dominance
    • 4. Father to His Own Children: Affection
  • II. Family Life: Expressions of Closeness
    • 1. The Inner Circle: Intimacy and Informality
    • 2. Men and Women: The Warmth and Luxury of Male Dominance
  • III. Inuttiaq’s Children
    • 1. Saarak: Temper and Reason in Child Nature
    • 2. Saarak’s Charm: Spontaneity; The Expression of Affection toward Small Children
    • 3. Raigili’s Charm: Mildness
    • 4. Raigili and Her Family: The Expression of Affection toward Older Children
    • 5. The Lives of Children: Sibling Relationships
    • 6. Raigili and Saarak: Sibling Friction
    • 7. Raigili’s Troubles: Hostility in Older Children
  • IV. Two Kin Groups: Expressions of Separateness and Hostility
  • V. Nilak’s Family
    • 1. Unpleasant People: Utku Dislike of Volatility
    • 2. Outsiders All: My Ambivalence toward the Disliked
    • 3. Loneliness and Isolation
    • 4. Stinginess and Greed
    • 5. Ostracism and Confrontation
  • VI. Kapluna Daughter
    • 1. Stranger and Guest: Graciousness
    • 2. Family Living: Covert Conflicts
    • 3. Recalcitrant Child: Open Conflict and Attempts to Educate
    • 4. The Fishermen: Crisis
    • 5. Persona Non Grata: Ostracism
    • 6. A Vicious Circle: Depression and Hostility
    • 7. Reconciliation
  • Appendixes
    • 1. Emotion Concepts
      • Affection: unga; niviuq; aqaq; iva; huqu; naklik
      • Kindness and Gratitude: hatuq; quya
      • Happiness: quvia
      • Ill Temper and Jealousy: huaq; ningaq; qiquq; urulu; piyuma; tuhuu; hujuujaq
      • Humor: tiphi; takhaungngittuq
      • Fear: kappia; iqhi; ilira; tupak
      • Anxiety: huqu; ujjiq
      • Shyness: kanngu
      • Loneliness: hujuujaq; pai; tumak
      • Evaluative Words: ihluaq; ihluit; naamak; pittau; pittiaq
      • Reason: ihuma; nutaraqpaluktuq; ayuq
    • 2. Table of Seasonal Activities
    • 3. Composition of Families
  • Glossaries
    • 1. Eskimo Terms Other than Emotion Terms
    • 2. Emotion Terms
  • References
  • Maps
    • 1. The Canadian Arctic
    • 2. The Annual Migration Area of the Utkuhikhalingmiut: Campsites
  • Diagram: Inuttiaq’s Tent and Iglu

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