"The Inuit: Culture, Conflicts and Contracts," by Jessica Burns
To survive in harsh conditions, the Inuit have developed a unique culture and conflict resolution strategies. This previously uninfluenced culture underwent drastic change in the last 60 years. How can the traditional Inuit culture be preserved, and what role do their conflict resolution strategies play in this task?
Jessi is a law and cultural anthropology student at the University of Vienna and is exited to combine her two fields of study.