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|The Role of ‘Kijigabandan’ and ‘Manadjitowin’ in Understanding Harm Reduction Policies and Programs for Aboriginal Peoples|
Native Social Work Journal, Vol. 7, Promising Practices in Mental Health: Emerging Paradigms for Aboriginal Social Work Practices, November 2010, pp. 109-137.
Looks at how the concepts of ‘Kijigabandan’ and ‘Manadjitowin’ can assist Aboriginal social work to address two key barriers that often impede Aboriginal-specific harm reduction discussions, widespread support for abstinence and prohibition, and the belief that harm reduction and Aboriginal culture are incompatible.