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There are an increasing number of articles written by Indigenous and First Nations 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”.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 9 of 9
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
3-Dec-2012Aambe Maajaadaa! Community organizing in Indigenous Communities and Leanne Simpson's Dancing on our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New EmergenceWilliamson, Tara
3-Dec-2012Cultural competency - Working with Aboriginal Peoples: A non-Native perspectiveVinkle, Erin
3-Dec-2012Indigenous Social Work Field Education: "Melq'ilwiye" Coming together towards reconciliationClark, Natalie; Reid, Michelle; Drolet, Julie; Walton, Patrick; Peirce, Joanna; Charles, Grant; Vedan, Richard; Samuel, Miriam; Mathews, Nadine; Burke, Susan; Arnouse, Mike
3-Dec-2012The Master of Aboriginal Social Work Program: Elders and culture camp as the foundationSanderson, Joan
3-Dec-2012Building leadership capacity amongst young Anishinaabe-Kwe through culturally-based activities and creative artsCote-Meek, Sheila; Dokis-Ranney, Kathy; Lavallee, Lissa; Wemigwans, Dawn
3-Dec-2012Relationship building: A best practice model for Aboriginal Women's Health ResearchManitowabi, Susan; Gauthier-Frohlick, Denise
3-Dec-2012"Wise Practices": Integrating traditional teachins with mainstream treatment approachesNabigon, Herbert; Wenger-Nabigon, Annie
3-Dec-2012Failing to protect and provide in the "best place on earth": Can Indigenous children in Canada be safe if their mothers aren't?Johnson, Shelly
27-Nov-2012Volume 8 Indigenous Social Work Practices and TheoriesSchool of Native Human Services
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 9 of 9