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SLiCA presentations at the International Society for
Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS)

International experts in quality of life research conducted a peer review of the SLiCA research design in Nuuk in 2001. The SLiCA research team found their contributions extremely valuable. The team therefore decided that the best academic forum for the first presentation of analysis results should be the annual meeting of the society. ISQOLS is the primary international scientific organization for living condition and quality of life studies. The following presentations were made in a plenary session and two track sessions devoted entirely to SLICA:

Birger Poppel: Plenary presentation in “How Are We Doing? Quality of Life Surveys Around the Globe”

Ed Ward & Marg Kruse: “Lessons Learned for the Social Sciences”

Birger Poppel: “Why a Survey of Living Conditions Among Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic?”

Virgene Hanna: “Arctic Children: Resources for Well-being. A View from the Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic”

Birger Poppel: “The Importance of a Mixed Cash and Harvest/Herding based Economy to Living in the Arctic”

Jack Kruse: “Relationships Between Social Problems and Other Dimensions of Living Conditions”

Mariekathrine Poppel: “Relationships Between Violence and Different Living Conditions”