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Research for indigenous survival : indigenous research methodologies in the behavioral sciences

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Algoma University, Wishart Library GN 380 L36 2014 31520001301340 ALGO-CIRC Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781934594124 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 1934594121
  • Physical Description: print
    xiii, 241 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Pablo, Montana : Salish Kootenai College Press, 2014.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-238) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Preface / Dr. Eduardo Duran -- Thoughts on Indigenous research -- We have always learned from animals: what can Coyote and Platypus teach us? -- Oral histories, stories, and art as data -- Preparing ourselves, our relationships, and learning from place -- Indigenous psychology as a behavioral science -- Research through decolonizing eyes -- Centering tribal culture within the research -- Steps along the journey: voices from Australia -- Steps along the journey: voices from the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana -- Steps along the journey: voices from the Arctic: Churchill, Manitoba -- Connecting the stories: themes and the development of a conceptual framework -- Afterword / Dr. Thundering Hill.
Subject: Indigenous peoples Research Methodology
Indigenous peoples Research Moral and ethical aspects
Indigenous peoples Research Australia Methodology
Indigenous peoples Canada, Northern Methodology
Indians of North America Montana Methodology
Social sciences Methodology
Psychology Methodology
Storytelling
Oceanic Ancestry Group psychology Australia
Oceanic Ancestry Group psychology Canada
Oceanic Ancestry Group psychology United States
Researcher-Subject Relations psychology Australia
Researcher-Subject Relations psychology Canada
Researcher-Subject Relations psychology United States
Behavioral Sciences Australia
Behavioral Sciences Canada
Behavioral Sciences United States
Indians, North American psychology Australia
Indians, North American psychology Canada
Indians, North American psychology United States
Narration Australia
Narration Canada
Narration United States
Research Design Australia
Research Design Canada
Research Design United States
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