La participation photographique des Inuit dans le développement touristique du parc national Tursujuq (Nunavik)

Abstract : Photographic participation by Inuit in tourism development of Tursujuq National Park (Nunavik) Nunavik landscapes are represented by the images of national and international tourism and not by those that Inuit themselves have chosen and interpreted. With globalisation and the power of images, there is a growing need by territories and identities for media exposure, which is being met on the one hand by the emergence of Inuit photography and on the other by Western visual materials. Additionally, a participatory democracy is now in charge of all development projects. Hence, in a territory where three Aboriginal languages (Inuktitut, Cree, and Naskapi) are spoken along with French and English, how can Inuit imageability be used to mediate the representation of landscapes for a proposed Quebec national park?
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Fabienne Joliet, Claire Blouin-Gourbillière. La participation photographique des Inuit dans le développement touristique du parc national Tursujuq (Nunavik). Etudes inuit. Inuit studies, Universite Laval, 2012. ⟨hal-01826313⟩

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