INDIGENOUS POLICY JOURNAL

Articles

As IPJ is now a refereed journal, articles are being posted on a different schedule from the rest of the journal. We anticipate that the next group of articles will be posted here in mid-November, 2009.

THE INDIAN POLICY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN

THE INDIAN POLICY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN W. Dale Mason As James M. McPherson notes in his recent Tried B … more →

Author: W. Dale Mason

RETURNING TRIBAL GOVERNMENT TO TRADITIONAL PRINCIPLES

RETURNING TRIBAL GOVERNMENT TO TRADITIONAL PRINCIPLES APPROPRIATELY FOR THE TWENTYFIRST CENTURY: THE … more →

Author: Stephen M. Sachs

From colonized region to globalized region?

From colonized region to globalized region? Challenges to addressing social issues in Nunavik in the … more →

Authors: Nicole Ives, Oonagh Aitken

Book Review Essays by Erich Steinman

Book Review Essay Reviewed texts: The Politics of Minor Concerns: American Indian Policy and Congres … more →

Author: Erich Steinman

HAUDENOSAUNEE LIVES

HAUDENOSAUNEE LIVES By Wendy J. Gonyea We are the Haudenosasunee, meaning “People of the Longhouse.” … more →

Author: Wendy J. Gonyea

Participatory action research: exploring Indigenous youth perspectives and experiences

Stewart, S. L. (Paper Submitted, 2009). Indigenous Journal of Policy Participatory action research: … more →

Author: Suzanne L. Stewart

Having a yarn: The importance of appropriate engagement and participation in the development of Indigenous driven environmental policy, Queensland, Australia.

Having a yarn: The importance of appropriate engagement and participation in the development of Indi … more →

Authors: Arnold Wallis, Melissa Nursey-Bray, Phillip Rist

Atonement Among the Haudenosaunee

Atonement Among the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations Iroquois) ©by Doug George-Kanentiio The act of atonem … more →

Author: Doug George-Kanentiio

Mainstreaming Indigeneity by Indigenizing Policymaking: Towards an Indigenous Grounded Analysis Framework as Policy Paradigm

Mainstreaming Indigeneity by Indigenizing Policymaking: Towards an Indigenous Grounded Analysis Fram … more →

Author: Augie Fleras, Roger Maaka

The Impact of Indian Gaming on Indian Education in New Mexico

The Impact of Indian Gaming on Indian Education in New Mexico Thaddieus W. Conner (conner03@ou.edu) … more →

Tags: Thaddieus W. Conner

Conner – Tables 1 – 5

Table 1 Description of Variables Variable Description School Quality1Meets Adequate Yearly Progress … more →

Tags: Connger Taggart

Aboriginal Alcohol Addiction in Ontario Canada: A Look at the History and Current Healing Methods That Are Working In Breaking the Cycle of Abuse

Aboriginal Alcohol Addiction in Ontario Canada: A Look at the History and Current Healing Methods Th … more →

Tags: Christine Smillie-Adjarkwa

An Indigenous Perspective on the Standardisation of Restorative Justice in New Zealand and Canada

Title:  An Indigenous Perspective on the Standardisation of Restorative Justice in New Zealand and C … more →

Tags: Juan Marcellus Tauri

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