Aboriginal Policy Research: Setting the Agenda for Change

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9781550771435: Aboriginal Policy Research: Setting the Agenda for Change

The research and policy discussions included in Aboriginal Policy Research, Volumes 1 and 2, offer a portion of the original papers presented at the first Aboriginal Policy Research Conference held in Ottawa in 2002. Co-hosted by Indian and Northern Affairs and the University of Western Ontario, the conference promoted interaction between researchers, policy-makers, and Aboriginal peoples. It expanded on the knowledge of the social, economic, and demographic determinants of Aboriginal well-being, and sought to identify and facilitate the means by which this knowledge may be translated into effective policies. The texts are divided into complementary themes. Volume 1 begins with contextual research, followed by issues of demography and well-being, and concludes with the topical issue of education. The chapters in Volume 2 address the themes of economic development; health; gender issues; and crime, victimization, and healing.

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White, Jerry P. & Paul Maxim & Dan Beavon
Editorial: Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc., Toronto, Ont (2004)
ISBN 10: 1550771434 ISBN 13: 9781550771435
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Descripción Thompson Educational Publishing, Inc., Toronto, Ont, 2004. Trade Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Estado de la sobrecubierta: No Dust Jacket. Trade Paperback, Brand New copy. "The research and policy discussions included in Aboriginal Policy Research, Volumes 1 and 2, offer a portion of the original papers presented at the first Aboriginal Policy Research Conference held in Ottawa in 2002. Co-hosted by Indian and Northern Affairs and the University of Western Ontario, the conference promoted interaction between researchers, policy-makers, and Aboriginal peoples. It expanded on the knowledge of the social, economic, and demographic determinants of Aboriginal well-being, and it sought to identify and facilitate the means by which this knowledge may be translated into effective policies. The texts are divided into complementary themes. The chapters in Volume 2 address the themes of economic development; health; gender issues; and crime, victimization, and healing. "; 0.78 x 8.99 x 6.02 Inches; 312 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 8832

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