Volume 10 #2 Winter 2012



A Message from the Editors

Jim Martin, Susan Hopkins

The Story that was in Danger of Being Left Behind: Restorying Tłįchǫ Culture with Land Claims and Self-government A Conversation with John B. Zoe


Jim Martin and Nancy Gibson


Kwebeh: Building Institutions to Manage Mineral Development

John B. Zoe


The Politics of Knowledge in Policy Analysis


Moses Hernandez


Defining and Addressing the Priorities for Northern Health Management


Karen Edwards, Jim Martin


Aligning Expectations for Funders and Community Researchers


Nancy Gibson, Carrielynn Lund


Relational Flow Frames: Conducting Relationship-based Research in an Aboriginal Community


Susan Hopkins


The Tłįchǫ Community Action Research Team: Place-based Conversation Starters


Susan Hopkins


Telling it Like it is “Anyways”: Capturing Tłįchǫ Pregnancy Experiences through Photovoice


Pertice Moffitt


Dǫ Edàezhe: Building Resiliency among Aboriginal Youth


Dianne Lafferty


Situated Social Identities: The Storied Experiences of Tłįchǫ High School graduates


Susan Hopkins


Constructing Measures of Northern Children’s Identity through Dialogue


Magdalena Janus and Susan Hopkins


The Exploration of Aboriginal Student Achievement through the Reflexive Analysis of a Dialogue Circle: A View of Aboriginal Education through the Eyes of Community


Angela James


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