Principal Investigator:Martin, Jim L Licenced Year(s):
The focus of this inquiry is to study the epistemological problems of understanding emerging from unexamined assumptions and values that frame the belief systems of government professional practices, and indigenous ways of knowing in the Tlicho communities of the NWT.
The inquiry asks the question, “How can differences in ways of knowing between northern Canadian communities, and government be...
Principal Investigator:Connell, Taig J. M. Licenced Year(s):
The objective of this research is to help the Tetlit Gwich’in Band Council (TGBC) organization become more transparent in the eyes of the membership. Concerns from the membership indicate that the good work council is doing is not been accurately represented, more effort needs to be made by council to be seen doing the work they profess they do. To address these concerns this research will focus o...
Principal Investigator:Krogman, Naomi T Licenced Year(s):
The objective of this study is to examine how people perceive natural resource management practices in the Canadian North. Two community-based natural resource management case studies will be used: Great Bear Lake Watershed Management Planning process, and the formal protection process of Sahoy·Ú-?edacho cultural landscapes. Using these case studies, the specific objectives are to: examine the way...
Principal Investigator:Findlay, Isobel M Licenced Year(s):2005
This research project is part of a large-scale study which takes place over three years, with an Aboriginal focus as one of four components. The research will examine the success and challenges of northern co-operatives. Working with Great Bear Co-operat...
Principal Investigator:Johnston, Brian Licenced Year(s):
Assess the processes by which the mandates of cooperative wildlife management in the national parks are achieved in the Inuvialuit Settlement region. Examine the relationships and attitudes of the responsible organizations in order to reach a qualitative assessment of the operational side of wildlife management in the region....
Principal Investigator:Park, Linda K. Licenced Year(s):
Public museums with anthropological mandates are increasingly being accused of racism, sexism, cultural elitism, and failing to represent wider community interests. Groups such as First Nation peoples are expressing their displeasure with the way in which museums are managing their cultural heritage, and they are calling for a new relationship between themselves and museums. This research will t...
Principal Investigator:Saint-Maurice, Claude Licenced Year(s):
The Researchers will conduct a community profile and gain a better understanding of social relationships between Sanikiluaq and Kuujjuarakik (Great Whale). This study is related to the Grande Baleine (Great Whale) complex. Objectives of the larger study are to identify and evaluate social impacts of the Grand Baleine complex on related communities and to propose mitigation and monitoring measu...
Principal Investigator:Liepa, Ingrid Licenced Year(s):
The researcher will undertake a literature review of interorganizational relations and policy making, public administration and environmental assessment. Individuals in the public service will be interviewed to gather working perspectives on the opportunities for and constraints to various coordinating strategies....