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The Internet and ''big box'' stores provide the kind of conveniences that were lacking in much of Alaska until just a decade ago.'' What is happening is that the cities are normalizing,'' said Judy Kleinfeld, a professor of psychology at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and the director of the university's northern studies center, who specializes in gender studies.
'' City life is just like life in the lower 48, and there's no particular reason why women should want to leave.'' But Professor Kleinfeld, who has conducted extensive interviews with unattached men living in the bush, acknowledged that bachelors looking for love in rural areas of Alaska were still facing tough odds and that mail-order brides were common.'' In a place like Nome, they are still asking, ' Where are the girls? If the shortage of women is less severe now in the big cities, Jason Friars, 25, who lives in Anchorage, has neither noticed it nor reaped the benefits. Friars, a hotel cook who moved to Alaska a year ago from California, was interviewed one evening at a downtown bar called Darwin's Theory.
But there was a certain sadness in his eyes.'' The summer influx is great,'' Mr. Gold miners, oil workers, hunters, trappers and fishermen moving here in droves to live out the fantasy of a rugged, prosperous life on the frontier, a fantasy not often shared by women.
The latest census data show there are 114 single men for every 100 single women in Alaska, compared to 86 single men for every 100 single women nationally (and 80 to 100 in New York State.)The current ratio in Alaska actually reflects a slight improvement, from the single man's perspective, over 10 years ago.