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Reindeer-herd management in transition

Hugh Beach

Reindeer-herd management in transition

the case of Tuorpon Saameby in northern Sweden

by Hugh Beach

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Published by Distributed by Almqvist & Wiksell International in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reindeer -- Sweden, Northern,
  • Sami (European people) -- Sweden, Northern

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hugh Beach.
    SeriesUppsala studies in cultural anthropology -- 3, Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis -- 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF401R4 B4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 542 p. :
    Number of Pages542
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20873473M
    ISBN 109154411053

    Reindeer-herd management in transition: the case of Tuorpon Saameby in northern Sweden. Hugh Beach. (Acta Universitatis Upsal iensis/Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology, 3.) Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell International, for the University of Uppsala, xix+ pp., fold-out map. n.p. (paper). Ethnicity and mobilization in Sami politics.   The veteran business consultant William Bridges explains the meaning of a transition and how to manage the process successfully during an Missing: Reindeer-herd management.

    Government and mission ownership of deer declines during the period, with Lapp herds increasing in size. By , Natives deer, or 65 per cent of reindeer then estimated to .   The Reindeer People still follow the annual migration with their domestic herds. They have also survived a century of Russian/Soviet, What I got was a very personal book about the transition from Soviet industrialization of an indigenous people's way of life, back a certain distance now toward older ways, as seen and understood by an 4/5.

    like his dissertation, "Reindeer-Herd Management in Transition. The Case of Tuorpon Saameby in Northern Sweden." A second weakness of the book is that the maps are confusing and difficult to interpret. For example, the map on page 44 is supposed to illustrate the influence of the Agricultural Line, an historical demarcation between tradi-. Reindeer and caribou, respectively Old World and New World forms of Rangifer tarandus, live in large groups in the boreal forest and on the Arctic stocks of reindeer are herded by pastoralists. This article reviews the ecology, breeding biology and herding behaviour of both forms, as revealed by recent field by: 6.


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In reindeer herding literature, the transition from the permanent control over reindeer herds towards so called extensive herding is often seen as a progressive "mismatch" between reindeer and men Author: Hugh Beach.

Reindeer-herd management in transition: the case of Tuorpon Saameby in Northern Sweden. [Hugh Beach] -- Applies certain fundamental principles derived from communications theory and systems analysis to a discussion of changes in reindeer-herd management based on study of the historical development of.

Title: Reindeer-herd management in transition: the case of Tuorpon Saameby in northern Sweden. Published By: Original publisher Uppsala ; Stockholm: [Uppsala Universitet] ; Distributed by Almqvist & Wiskell International.

xix, p., [17] p. of plates (1 folded) ill., maps (1 col.)Cited by: Transition, however, is psychological, and that's why it's hard, and that's what this book is about. (2) Before a new beginning there has to be an ending. Bridges' model is: ending, neutral zone, new beginning, and his proposition is that people in a transition need to recognise and accept the endings before we can make a good new beginning/5().

on management routines (Helle & SaastamoinenNieminen & AuttoKumpula et al. According to Ruong’s () basic defini-tion, the form of herding is the product of inter-relationships between land, reindeer and man.

Thus the transition in herd management might be linked to the changes in these inter-relation-ships. About the Author. William Bridges, PhD, was an internationally known speaker, consultant, and author, and a preeminent authority on change.

For decades, he showed thousands of individuals and hundreds of organizations how to deal more productively with transitions. Susan Bridges, president of William Bridges Associates, /5(61). Management of semi-domesticated reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus) in the northern regions have historically focused on reindeer vegetation interactions.

while few data on the food intake of Author: Samuel Roturier. The Saami of Lapland. The last ten years have been momentous for the Saami. Norway and Sweden have established democratically elected Saami Parliaments and altered significant aspects of governmental Saami policy following upon the extensive work of Saami Rights Commissions Author: Hugh Beach.

An invaluable book about managing transitions. Bridges has written a ton of books on transitions and management. This book is a great book on the subject.

It walks readers through the stages of transition that begins with the ending of something and end with the beginning of something new. Sound confusing. Bridges makes it sound by:   Veterans making the transition from a structured military environment to campus via the GI Bill will also benefit tremendously from the strategies and techniques contained in Dave's book.

With the ever escalating cost of higher education, Dave's book may just be the highest return on academic investment out there!Cited by: 1. Reindeer-herd management in transition: The case of Tuorpon Saameby in Northern Sweden (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis) Jan 1, by Hugh Beach Paperback.

Beach, H. (1 98 1), Reindeer-Herd Management in Transition: The Ca~e of Tuorpon Saameby in Northern Sweden. Acta Univ. Ups., Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology 3. Uppsaia, Sweden. Beach H () Reindeer-herd management in transition: the case of Tuorpon Saameby in Northern Sweden.

Almqvist and Wiksell International, Uppsala Google Scholar Beach H () Comparative systems of reindeer by: 4. Beach H () Reindeer-herd management in transition: the case of Tuorpon Saameby in northern Sweden. Almqvist and Wiksell Int, Uppsala, pp Google Scholar Beach H () Negotiating nature in Swedish Lapland: ecology and economics of Saami reindeer by: Request PDF | Reindeer talk: Sámi reindeer herding and nature management / | The objects of study are the Wilderness Area Planning Projects in North Western Lapland (Finland).

They are examined. Stephen Bach and Martin Edwards are from the HRM group in the department of management. King’s College London, one of the largest concentrations of HRM specialists in the UK, which has in a relatively short-time become one of the leading centres of HRM g: Reindeer-herd management.

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The purpose. The management of a reindeer herd is an important responsibility, and has implications for the present and future viability of the reindeer industry in Alaska.

Management decisions directly affect herd profits and thus these decisions have important implications for both todayÕs herders and future herders. A herder requires much ingenuity and. Teaching Transitions Novem Categories: Classroom Management & Discipline / Interactive Modeling In many classrooms, it’s during transition times that things get a little chaotic, possibly resulting in behavior problems that frustrate in Missing: Reindeer-herd management.The Library of Congress does not own rights to material in its collections.

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