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FINDING INDIGENOUS DISCOURSE SURVIVANCE AND SENDING IT FORWARD
This research is an interdisciplinary study of rhetorical analyses of three textual forms made by Indigenous women local to the Saskatchewan parkland. My purpose was to identify the survivance of a tribally specific ...
Gladue through wahkotowin: social history through cree kinship lens in corrections and parole
ABSTRACT This thesis explores the R. v. Gladue (1999) decision and whether it is applicable to federal corrections and parole release. I outline a Cree relational approach—wahkotowin—that can be employed as a Gladue method ...