PRINCIPAL PROFILES   

PRAXIS Research Associates is a partnership owned and operated by Gwen Reimer and Jean-Philippe Chartrand.

GWEN D. REIMER, Ph.D.


EDUCATION
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Anthropology;
    McMaster University, 1994

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • Principal (1992-present), PRAXIS Research Associates
  • Sessional Instructor (1993-1999), Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Carleton University

    PUBLICATIONS
  • (2007) "L'ethnogenese des Metis de la Baie James en Ontario et au Quebec" (Co-authored with Jean-Philippe Chartrand), Recherches Amerindiennes au Quebec 37(2-3):29-42
  • (2004) "Documenting Historic Metis in Ontario" (Co-authored with Jean-Philippe Chartrand), Ethnohistory 51(3):567-607
  • (1996) "Female Consciousness: An Interpretation of Interviews with Inuit Women," Etudes/Inuit/Studies Vol.20(2):77-100
  • (1993) "'Community-Based' as a Culturally Appropriate Concept of Development: A Case Study from Pangnirtung, NWT." Culture XIII (2):67-74
  • (1990) "Packaging Dreams: Canadian Tour Operators at Work." Annals of Tourism Research 17(4):501-512.


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      JEAN-PHILIPPE CHARTRAND, M.A.


      EDUCATION
    • Master of Arts, Anthropology
      Carleton University, 1986

      PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    • Principal (1992-present), PRAXIS Research Associates
    • Sessional Instructor (1996-1999), Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Carleton University
    • Part-time Professor (1998), Department of Sociology, University of Ottawa
    • Sessional Lecturer (1992), Department of Anthropology, McMaster University

      PUBLICATIONS
    • (2007) "L'ethnogenese des Metis de la baie James en Ontario et au Quebec" (Co-authored with Gwen Reimer), Recherches Amerindiennes au Quebec 38(2-3):29-42
    • (2004) "Documenting Historic Metis in Ontario"
      (co-authored with Gwen D. Reimer), Ethnohistory 51(3):567-607.
    • (1990) "The Cultural Division of Labour in the Canadian North: A Statistical Study of the Inuit" (co-authored with J. Iain Prattis), Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 27(1):49-73.
    • (1987) "Survival and Adaptation of the Inuit Ethnic Identity: The Importance of Inuktitut," pp. 461-487 In: Bruce Cox, ed., Native People, Native Lands. Ottawa: Carleton University Press.
    • (1986) Inuktitut Language Retention Among Canadian Inuit: An Analysis of 1971 and 1981 Census Data. Ottawa: Carleton University, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Centre for Research on Ethnic Minorities, Working Paper No. 6.
    • (1983) "Inuktitut-English Bilingualism in the Northwest Territories of Canada" (co-authored with J. Iain Prattis), Anthropologica 25(1):85-106.



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