4 record(s) found with the tag "perspective" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Exploring the History of Education in the Mackenzie Valley Region, 1940-1996
Principal Investigator: Fraser, Crystal G
Licenced Year(s): 2013
Summary: The researcher is examining the history of education in the Northwest Territories from 1940 to 1996. The objectives of this project are three-fold: 1) developing a historical narrative explaining the changing nature of education during the time frame 2) interacting with community members to bring Aboriginal voice and perspective to academic research 3) reflect on northern history in regional setti...


Nature-based Tourism in the Mackenzie Delta Region: Potential and Pitfall. An Analysis of Stakeholder Perceptions
Principal Investigator: Dressler, Wolfram
Licenced Year(s): 1998
Summary: The objective of the study is to identify both the current and future positive and negative impacts of nature-based tourism within the Delta. The study will be carried out through the Inuvik Research Centre. Tourists will be canvassed at drop-off points and surveys will be mailed out according to visitor listings. Visitor surveys will be left at camp grounds and hotels. The same procedure will occ...


Aboriginal self-government in Canada's NWT
Principal Investigator: Kulchyski, Peter
Licenced Year(s): 1994 1993
Summary: In this last year, of a 3-year project, the researcher will visit Pangnirtung (in May), Ft. Simpson (in June) and Ft. Good Hope (in July) to conduct interviews with residents about community values and perspectives on self-government. Information will be collected on the structure, nature and historical development of meetings and territorial assemblies in order to evaluate their role in current ...


Self-conceptions of elderly Inuit
Principal Investigator: Jaunzems, Leah T.
Licenced Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researcher plans to interview elderly Inuit to determine their views on their quality of life (both past and current). Information will be collected on the elders' views about their role and involvement in community life, their views on what it is (and was) like to be an elder in Inuit society, and the types of support services (formal and informal) as well as facilities available to them....


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