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Indigenous research : theories, practices, and relationships / edited by Deborah McGregor, Jean-Paul Restoule, and Rochelle Johnston.

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Toronto ; Vancouver : Canadian Scholars, 2018.
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1 online resource (xiv, 345 pages) : illustrations.
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Subjects:
Indigenous peoples -- Research -- Methodology.
Indigenous peoples -- Research -- Canada -- Methodology.
Research -- Methodology.
Medical subjects:
Population Groups.
Community-Based Participatory Research.
Research Design.
Contents:
Introduction: Relationships, Respect, Relevance, Reciprocity and Responsibility: Taking Up Indigenous Research Approaches Part I: The Research Is the Process: Research Journeys Inside and Out Chapter 1 miyo pimâtisiwin: (Re)claiming Voice with Our Original Instructions Karlee D. Fellner Chapter 2 Learning to Unlearn: Building Relationships on Anishinaabeg Territory Katrina Srigley and Autumn Varley Chapter 3 Research Tales with Txeemsim (Raven, the trickster) Amy Parent Part II: Making Space for Indigenous Research Chapter 4 Wise Indigenous Woman Approaches to Research: Navigating Jagged Ethical Tensions and Micro-Aggressions in the Academy Shelly Johnson Chapter 5 Healing and Transformative Learning Through Indigenous Methodologies Karen Hall and Erin Cusack Chapter 6 A Tale of Two Drums: Kinoo'amaadawaad Megwaa Doodamawaad
"They are learning with each other while they are doing" Paul Cormier and Lana Ray Part III: Communities We Research With Chapter 7 Conducting Community Based Research in First Nation Communities Lorrilee McGregor Chapter 8 Aboriginal Children in Toronto
Working Together to Improve Services Angela Mashford-Pringle Chapter 9 Applying Indigenous Health Community-Based Participatory Research Darrel Manitowabi and Marion Maar Part IV: Our Tools for Research Chapter 10 Anishinaabe Research Theory and Methodology as Informed by Nanaboozhoo, the Bundle Bag, and the Medicine Wheel Nicole Bell Chapter 11 Storytelling and Narrative Inquiry
Exploring Research Methodologies Georgina Martin Chapter 12 Treaty #3: A Tool for Empowering Diverse Scholar to Engage in Indigenous Research Brittany Luby with Rachel Arsenault, Joseph Burke, Michelle Graham, and Toni Valenti Chapter 13 Working to Protect the Water: Stories of Connection and Transformation Paige Restoule, Carly Dokis, and Benjamin Kelly Part V: Destinations
Where Research Can Take Us Chapter 14 Towards an Anishinaabe Research Paradigm: Theory and Practice Deborah McGregor Chapter 15 A Story Pathway: Restoring Wholeness in the Research Process Nicole Penak Chapter 16 Healing Research: Relationalism in Urban Indigenous Health Knowledge Production Heather A. Howard Chapter 17 Researching Within Relations of Violence: Witnessing as Methodology Sarah Hunt Epilogue
Indigenous Research: Future Directions Deborah McGregor Indigenous Research Resources Contributor Biographies Index
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Restoule, Jean-Paul, 1972- editor.
McGregor, Deborah, 1962- editor.
Johnston, Rochelle, 1977- editor.
ProQuest ebook central
Other format:
Indigenous research.
ISBN:
9781773380872 (electronic bk.)
1773380877 (electronic bk.)
9781773380858
1773380850
Publisher Number:
99985209085
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Restricted for use by site license.