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ayahpatisi: practice as ceremony

dc.contributor.authorDion, Amber
dc.contributor.authorTyler, Stephanie
dc.contributor.authorPace, Christie
dc.contributor.authorDelver, Karen
dc.description.abstractWestern theory and practice are over-represented in child welfare services for Indigenous peoples, not the other way around. Contributors to this collection invert the long-held, colonial relationship between Indigenous peoples and systems of child welfare in Canada.
dc.identifier.citationDion, A., Tyler, S., Pace, C., & Delver, K. "ayahpatisi. Practice as Ceremony." In Makokis, L., Bodor, R., Calhoun, A., & Tyler, S. (2020). ohpikinâwasowin : growing a child : implementing Indigenous ways of knowing with Indigenous families. Fernwood Publishing.
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dc.subjectIndigenous children
dc.subjectchild care
dc.subjectIndigenous ways of knowing
dc.titleayahpatisi: practice as ceremonyen
dc.typeBook Chapter