|Editor-in-Chief:||Jerry White, Western University|
|Managing Editor:||Susan Wingert, Western University|
|Policy Commentaries Editor:||Nicholas Spence, University of Alberta|
Thank You for Making 2016 IIPJ's Most Successful Year!
In 2016, we surpassed our goal of 50,000 full-text downloads by over 20,000! With just over a week left in the year, we have reached 70,000 downloads!
We could not have accomplished all that we did in 2016 without support from our readers, authors, copy editors, editorial and advisory boards, and funders.
We are very excited about the articles we are working on for 2017. We will have a two part special issue: Reconciling Research: Perspectives on Research Involving Indigenous Peoples. In our two regular issues, we have articles examining Indigenous issues in Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, and India and Bhutan, in addition to Canada, the US, and Australia.
Thank you for supporting IIPJ and all of the work worldwide that advances the rights and goals of Indigenous Peoples. We wish you the very best in 2017.
Jerry White, Editor-in-Chief Susan Wingert, Managing Editor
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2 (2017) Reconciling Research: Perspectives on Research Involving Indigenous Peoples—Part 1
Data as a Strategic Resource: Self-determination, Governance, and the Data Challenge for Indigenous Nations in the United States
Stephanie Carroll Rainie, Jennifer Lee Schultz, Eileen Briggs, Patricia Riggs, and Nancy Lynn Palmanteer-Holder
Indigenous Geographies: Research as Reconciliation
Cindy Smithers Graeme and Erik Mandawe
Implementing the Tri-Council Policy on Ethical Research Involving Indigenous Peoples in Canada: So, How’s That Going in Mi’kma’ki?
Carla Moore, Heather E. Castleden, Susan Tirone, and Debbie Martin
Indigenous Research Methods: A Systematic Review
Alexandra S. Drawson, Elaine Toombs, and Christopher J. Mushquash
Indigenous Research and Academic Freedom: A View from Political Scientists
Christopher Alcantara, Dianne Lalonde, and Gary N. Wilson
Laying the Groundwork: A Practical Guide for Ethical Research with Indigenous Communities
Julia K. Riddell, Angela Salamanca, Debra J. Pepler, Shelley Cardinal, and Onowa McIvor
Lessons Learned Through Community-Engaged Planning
Robert J. Patrick, Laura Machial, Kendra Quinney, and Len Quinney
- Jerry P. White
- Managing Editor
- Susan Wingert