3 record(s) found for principal investigator "Martin, Jim" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Seeking Common Ground: An Ethnographic Narrative of Professional Practices, and the Marginalization of Community Ways of Knowing
Principal Investigator: Martin, Jim L
Licensed Year(s): 2013
Summary: 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...

Tlicho Natsedzi Nihtsi: Tlicho Healing Wind Project / Promoting Sexual Health
Principal Investigator: Martin, Jim L
Licensed Year(s): 2011 2010 2008 2007
Summary: The goal of this research program is to reinforce the well-being of Tlicho communities in a sustainable and culturally relevant way. Sexual health was a pressing health issue identified by Tlicho communities and is the focus of the initial research program and will expand into a broader program to address related aspects of community well-being. The objectives of this program are to: - sustain...

An examination of an organizational experiment to integrate child and family services, education and health programs in rural, aboriginal communities in the NWT.
Principal Investigator: Martin, Jim L
Licensed Year(s): 2001
Summary: The proposed qualitative social science research project will be confined to personal, or telephone, interviews with a selected group of approximately 30 people associated with the Dogrib Community Services Board. A focused interview method will be used that will allow for a broad exploration of issues related to the development and implementation of the Dogrib Community Services Board's organiza...