The Canadian Geographer
This issue brings together a collection of articles that explore the question: “Does CBPR with Canadian indigenous communities inform and affect Indigenous geography in Canada?” The articles offer a wide range of perspectives on theory, methodology, and substantive content concerning CBPR. The peer-review process for this issue included peer reviews from non-academic Indigenous peoples. Also included in the issue are invited commentaries from two guest contributors, both of whom are indigenous scholars in geography.
Castleden, H., Mulrennan, M., & Godlewska, A. (Eds.). (2012). The Canadian Geographer, 56(2), 155-159. Full Text.
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