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Friday, June 29, 2012

aboriginal policy studies issue 2.1

aboriginal policy studies 2.1 has been published!
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New Issue: aboriginal policy studies

Volume 2, Issue 1
aboriginal policy studies has published its latest issue at
invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web
site to review articles and items of interest.

Thank-you for the continuing interest in our work,

Chris Andersen
Editor, aboriginal policy studies

2.1 Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction, 2.1
Chris Andersen

Housing and Aboriginal People in Urban Centres: A Quantitative
Yale D. Belanger, Gabrielle Weasel Head, Olu Awosoga

Aboriginal Federal Turnout in Northern Saskatchewan
Loleen Berdahl, Greg Poelzer, Bonita Beatty

Post-secondary Aboriginal Educational Policy in Ontario: Policy and
Practical Implications
Lorenzo Cherubini

Finding Voice in a Changing Ecological and Political
Landscapeâ€"Traditional Knowledge and Resource Management in Settled and
Unsettled Claim Areas of the Northwest Territories, Canada
Brenda Parlee

The Mysterious Ways of Statistics for Aboriginal People in the Yukon:
The Ownership and Interpretation of Data
Greg Finnegan

Charting the Statistical Distinctiveness of Edmonton’s Aboriginal
Jacqueline M. Quinless, Shalene Jobin

A Humble Commentary on the Topic of Elders, Honoraria, and Protocol
Tracy Bear

Book Reviews and Foundational Documents

Elder’s Protocol and Guidelines
Council on Aboriginal Initiatives, University of Alberta

General Call for Submissions

Submissions to aboriginal policy studies include:
* scholarly articles;
* commentary articles; and
* book reviews.

Flexible deadline for aps issue 2.3 submissions is August 31, 2012. For
more information regarding submission requirements, contact Kirsten at
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