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Framework for Aboriginal-guided decolonizing research involving Metis and First Nations persons with diabetes.(Report)

Bartlett, Judith G. ; Iwasaki, Yoshitaka ; Gottlieb, Benjamin ; Hall, Darlene ; Mannelle, Roger

Social Science & Medicine, Dec, 2007, Vol.65(11), p.2371(12) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Framework for Aboriginal-guided decolonizing research involving Metis and First Nations persons with diabetes.(Report)
  • Autor: Bartlett, Judith G. ; Iwasaki, Yoshitaka ; Gottlieb, Benjamin ; Hall, Darlene ; Mannelle, Roger
  • Assuntos: Diabetics -- Social Aspects ; Indigenous Peoples -- Health Aspects ; Decolonization -- Research
  • É parte de: Social Science & Medicine, Dec, 2007, Vol.65(11), p.2371(12)
  • Descrição: This paper documents the process of implementing an Aboriginal-guided research approach to examining the lived experiences of Metis and First Nations peoples with diabetes in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. A newly developed Aboriginal-oriented process framework for decolonizing research includes, in order of application, the six processes of rationalizing, enabling, facilitating, experiencing, accepting, and enacting decolonizing research. We review the key methodological elements of our research as a basis for discussing this decolonizing process framework that challenges traditional western ways of doing research, and requires the reformulation of underlying assumptions and methods. Aboriginal-grounded decolonizing research processes have implications for health researchers and health service providers who work with Indigenous peoples worldwide and are particularly useful for developing culturally grounded, community-based health promotion programs for Indigenous peoples suffering from health-related problems, including diabetes. Keywords: Indigenous; Culture; Diversity; Stress/trauma; Coping/healing; Metis; First Nations; Diabetes; Canada
  • Idioma: English

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