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Global indigenous health : reconciling the past, engaging the present, animating the future /edited by Robert Henry, Amanda LaVallee, Nancy Van Styvendale, and Robert Alexander Innes.

  • First paperback edition.
  • BokEngelska2019[2018]

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  • Publicerad:Tucson, Arizona :Publicerad:The University of Arizona Press,Publicerad:2019
  • Copyright:©2018
  • vii, 339 pagesillustrations24 cm
  • texttxtrdacontent
  • unmediatednrdamedia
  • volumencrdacarrier
  • 24 cm

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  • LIBRIS-ID:lxpnh7xfjc3pvrmd
  • ISBN:9780816540204
  • ISBN:0816540209

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  • Språk:engelska

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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Indigenous health in the aftermath of genocide: healing and reconciliation after the Indian residential schools experience in Canada /David B. MacDonald --Helping his brothers and sisters heal: Arthur Solomon and penal reform in Canada /Seth Adema --BCG Tuberculosis vaccine experiment on Southeast Alaska natives: a medical experiment without informed consent /Eleanor Louise Hadden --Understanding the Vermont Eugenics Survey and its impacts today /Judy A. Dow --Introduced biotechnologies, traditional lands, and indigenous well-being: the expanding assemblage of small-scale Māori horticulture through the "Indigenous Turn" /Simon Lambert --USDA foods, indigenous health, and self-sufficiency on Pohnpei, Micronesia /Josh Levy --Manitoba Hydro's promotional materials as Colonialist discourse /Paul Depasquale --Child welfare: a social determinant of health for Canadian first nations and Métis children /Caroline L. Tait, Robert Henry, and Rachel Loewen Walker --They stole my thunder: Indian women and post-incarceration health /Sharon Leslie Acoose and John E. Charlton --Preventative efforts to address violence against Sámi women and children /Margaretha Uttjek --Uschiniichisuu futures: healing, empowerment, and agency among the Chisasibi Cree youth /Ioana Radu --Addressing inequalities: understanding indigenous health policy in urban Ontario, Canada /Alicia Powell and Chelsea Gabel --Wiçozani Wašte (Good Life): Arthur Amiotte's model of the life cycle / Ceremonial cycle and healing /Mark F. Ruml --Carole laFavor's indigenous feminism and early HIV/AIDS activism: health sovereignty in the 1980s and 1990s /Lisa Tatonetti --Traveling the Möbius Strip: the influence of two-eyed seeing in the development of indigenous research accomplices /Barbara Fornssler, Laura Hall, Colleen Anne Dell, Chris Mushquash, Randy Duncan, Peter Butt, Carol Hopkins, Nancy Poole, Peter Menzies, Margo Rowan, Debra Dell, David Mykota, and Carina Fiedeldey-Van Dijk.
  • "This book offers a timely understanding of the complexities of Indigenous health and health outcomes, and ways for Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples to build systems and programs with positive solutions"--Provided by publisher.

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  • Henry, Robert,Ph. D. (editor.)
  • LaVallee, Amanda (editor.)
  • Van Styvendale, Nancy,1976- (editor.)
  • Innes, Robert Alexander (editor.)
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