Qanuippitaa? How Are We? Socio-demographic Portrait
Référence bibliographique 
Rochette, Louis, St-Laurent, Danielle et Plaziac, Catherine. 2007. Qanuippitaa? How Are We? Socio-demographic Portrait. Québec: Gouvernement du Québec, Institut national de santé publique du Québec et Régie régionale de la santé et des services sociaux du Nunavik.
Intentions : «The main objective of this report is to outline the demographic and social characteristics of the Inuit population who participated in the 2004 Nunavik Inuit Health Survey.» (p. 2)
Échantillon/Matériau : 521 Inuit households
Instruments : Self-administered and interviewer-completed questionnaires
Type de traitement des données : Statistical analysis
«This theme paper begins by presenting a description of the survey sample and goes on to consider the Inuit’s mode of living, including factors such as household composition, adoption and marital status. It then adresses topics related to economic status: education, individual income, occupation and job status. In addition, the subject of personal perceptions of one’s own health status is also included in the last section of the paper.» (p. 2) The survey results show that «[s]ingle parent families constitute 30% of Inuit households compared to 9% in the province [...]. On the other hand, Nunavik has fewer households with people living alone or with a spouse and no children; non family households with other people as joint tenants does not exist among the Inuit.» (p. 4)
Seventeen other fascicules presenting data from the Nunavik Inuit Health survey are available, as well as a report on nutrition and a methodological report. The following fascicules are listed in Famili@: - Dodin, S. and C. Blanchet (2007). Qanuippitaa? How are we? Women’s Health and Preventive Sexual Behaviour Among Men and Women - Lavoie, F., S. Fraser, et al. (2007). Qanuippitaa? How are we? Prevalence and Nature of Sexual Violence in Nunavik - Lavoie, F., G. Muckle, et al. (2007). Qanuippitaa? How are we? Epidemiological Portrait of Physical Violence and Property Offences in Nunavik - Plante, C., C. Blanchet, et al. (2007). Qanuippitaa? How Are We? Iron Deficiency and Anemia Among Women in Nunavik
These documents are available online on the Institut national de santé publique du Québec’s website.