Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 21 January ; 9 1 : The purpose of this study was to explore the influence of kinship networks and family relationships on pregnancy dynamics in a settlement in North Greenland. We utilized community-based participatory research framework using ecological systems theory to conduct semistructured interviews with 26 women and 17 men living in Kullorsuaq, Greenland. Results highlight the importance of familial and community connections in pregnancy decision making in Greenlandic culture.
A nurse, a single Inuit mother, and a polar explorer, she redefined the meaning of exploration. On many other boating trips, when her son and daughter were very young, she covered distances almost as long, with both of them. But Pia is a Greenlander and does not own a business card. Nor does she have corporate sponsorship. She pays for her expeditions out of her own pocket by working long shifts at the psychiatric ward in the Nuuk hospital, a place that can be as brutal as the Arctic sea. Today, when world maps are fully drawn, explorers of all races and walks of life face a difficult prospect: What is left for them? What made her go alone with young children into an unforgiving sea?
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The local coastline has been steeped in fog which prevents helicopters from flying the Upernavik to Kullorsuaq leg. Photo M. For the last few days we have been laying the groundwork for getting to Kullorsuaq. We have missed flights due to engine difficulties and have been grounded due to dense fog along the coastline.