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A complex of ecological factors favours the development of individual production techniques on the Belcher Islands; settlement formation, therefore, does not result from the requirements of collective economic activity. Economic factors are mainly responsible for changes in settlement composition and location, though at some seasons, social pressures have a strong influence. Settlement composition is based largely on kinship, although personality factors play an important role. Acculturationdoi:10.14430/arctic3292 fatcat:k6f5bduvjrarfavbjjlck4y5dq