- Roles
The man’s role was to hunt and fish to provide food for his family.They would also build the igloos. The female had to cook, take care of children and make sure the house was clean. Even though it wasn’t the women’s job to hunt, they had to know how to to be able to feed the children and herself because the men could be gone for several days.
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- Political Decisions
Familys would do political decisions because the Inuit’s didn’t have an official leader or chief so the community would work it out together.

- Leaders
Because inuits didn’t have a named leader, everybody would act freely and make their own decisions within their small groups or family.

- Territory and Resources
They would divide the territories by families for example; each family had their own territories. Some people would share with others and some didn’t.