Author: Mary Brydon-Miller, Dayvdd Greenwood & Patricia Maguire Publication Date: 2009 This article seeks to describe some of the major issues in participatory action research, including commonalities and controversies.
Topic: Research & Policy
Information and resources for people conducting research on topics related to Indigenous early learning and child care.
Author: Shawn Wilson Publication Date: 2001 This paper explores how Aboriginal graduate students in Canada and Australia are able to be successful in school while maintaining a strong Indigenous identity.
Author: Brian Calliou Publication Date: 2004 This article describes how three researchers in western Canada incorporated the Cree concept of “Wahkohtowin” into a research project that compared Indigenous and non-Indigenous …
Author: Brian Calliou Focuses on the methodology for recording oral histories in the Aboriginal community in Canada. Objective in assisting Aboriginal communities in documenting the vast knowledge held by elders …
Author: International Review of Qualitative Research Special Issue on Indigenous Knowledge as a Mode of Inquiry (Vol. 9 No. 3, Fall 2016)
Author: Michael Anthony Hart Publication Date: 2010 This article is about the initial development of an Indigenous research paradigm based on Indigenous perspectives on ontology, epistemology, methodology, and axiology.
Author: Kathy Absalon Publication Date: 2010 In this article, the author, establishes a knowledge set for Indigenous social work practice, proposing a framework using the circle and the four directions.
Author: Kelly Laurila Publication Date: June 7, 2016 “Learning about knowledge and how it is conceived, impacted, and transformed through the interaction with others raises many questions about how I …
Author: Jessica Ball Publication Date: 2008 Two studies conducted through community-campus partnerships demonstrated emerging frameworks for ethical conduct of research involving Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Author: Nado Aveling Publication Date: 2012 This paper describes the author’s journey learning about the question of whether non-indigenous researchers should attempt to research with/in Indigenous communities