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A Note on Terminology

Remember that terminology changes over time, and some disciplines reflect these changes more than others. When researching topics related to Indigenous studies you may need to use search terms that you find outdated and offensive, particularly if it is an historical topic. For instance, using the Library of Congress Subject Headings, a search for Inuit - Canada will find a different number of results compared to a search for Eskimos - Canada.

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Useful Journals, Articles, and Reports


Stansfield, D. & Browne, A. (2013). The relevance of Indigenous knowledge for nursing curriculum. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 10(1), pp. 143-151. Doi:10.1515/ijnes-2012-0041.


Cameron, B., Plazas, del Pilar Carmargo Plazas, M., Santos Salas, A., Bourque Bearskin, L., & Hungler, K. (2014). Understanding Inequalities in access in health care services for Aboriginal people: A call for nursing action. Advances in Nursing Science, 37(3), E1-E16. Doi: 10.1097/ANS.0000000000000039.

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