First Peoples Child & Family Review
An Interdisciplinary Journal Honouring the Voices, Perspectives, and Knowledges of First Peoples through Research, Critical Analyses, Stories, Standpoints and Media Reviews

Volume 5, Number 1, 2010

Table of contents (17 articles)

Articles

  1. Foreword
  2. Editorial: Gathering, Sharing and Documenting the Wisdom Within and Across our Communities and Academic Circles
  3. In Memory of Roxanne Charlie
  4. Voice of a Leader: If you Truly Believe Children are our Future - the Future is Now!
  5. Voices of Students: We are Here! We are Ready to Care for the Next Generations! “Gathering & Sharing Wisdom Conference” and the Indigenous Child Welfare Research Network
  6. Voice of an Elder: Zhaawonde - Dawn of a New Day
  7. Conversation Method in Indigenous Research
  8. Re-Conceptualizing Research: An Indigenous Perspective
  9. Youth Custody: Exercising Our Rights and Responsibilities to Indigenous Youth
  10. “Home and Native Land”: Aboriginal Young Women and Homelessness in the City
  11. Diagnosis as a Naming Ceremony: Caution Warranted in Use of the DSM-IV with Canadian Aboriginal Peoples
  12. Symbols and Strategies: Acts of Métis Resistance - Using the List of Rights as a Framework for the Reclamation of Indigenous Child Welfare in British Columbia and Canada
  13. Why is Adoption Like a First Nations’ Feast?: Lax Kw’alaam Indigenizing Adoptions in Child Welfare
  14. The Culture of Strengths Makes Them Feel Valued and Competent: Aboriginal Children, Child Welfare, and a School Strengths Intervention
  15. Indigenous Self-Discovery: “Being Called to Witness”
  16. Historical Trauma, Race-based Trauma and Resilience of Indigenous Peoples: A Literature Review
  17. Islands of Safety: Restoring Dignity in Violence-Prevention Work with Indigenous Families

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