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Title: Indigenous Social Work Practices and Theories
Authors: School of Native Human Services
Keywords: Indigenous Social Work Practices and Theories
Issue Date: 27-Nov-2012
Series/Report no.: Volume 8, August 2012
Abstract: There are an increasing number of articles written by Indigenous and First Nation authors about their worldviews, cultures, research and ways of being and knowing in relation to Indigenous theories and pedagogies. As a result, their experiences, philosophies and approaches emphasize the increasing borders for understanding the importance, value and rightful place of Indigenous theories and pedagogies in research, teaching and practice. Additionally, non-Indigenous authors are also writing messages of encouragement and support for Indigenous theories and pedagogies and highlight ways for non-Indigenous practitioners/teachers to reframe a worldview that incorporates Indigenous worldviews in a "good and respectful way".
Description: Volume 8, August 2012: Indigenous Social Work Practices and Theories
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/dspace/handle/10219/1976
ISSN: 1206-5323
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