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Are we asking the right questions? Why we should have a decolonizing discourse based on conscientization rather than indigenizing the curriculum
Canadian Journal of Native Education (2014)
  • Dawn Darlaston-Jones
  • Jeannie Herbert, Charles Sturt University
  • Kelleigh Ryan, Healing Foundation
  • Whitney Darlaston-Jones, Praxis Partners
  • Jillene Harris, Charles Sturt University
  • Pat Dudgeon, The University of Western Australia
Abstract
The Canadian Journal of Native Education is published twice yearly: inspring/summer a theme issue is compiled at the First Nations House ofLearning at the University of British Columbia; and in fall/winter ageneral edition is compiled by the First Nations Graduate EducationProgram at the University of Alberta. Occasional supplements are also published. [Journal]
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Publication Date
2014
Citation Information
Darlaston-Jones, D., Herbert, J., Ryan, K., Darlaston-Jones, W., Harris, J., and Dudgeon, P. (2014). Are we asking the right questions? Why we should have a decolonizing discourse based on conscientization rather than indigenizing the curriculum. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 37(1), 86-104