Indigenous standpoint theory as a theoretical framework for decolonizing social science health research with American Indian communities Article

Cox, Genevieve R, FireMoon, Paula, Anastario, Michael P et al. (2021). Indigenous standpoint theory as a theoretical framework for decolonizing social science health research with American Indian communities . 17(4), 460-468. 10.1177/11771801211042019

cited authors

  • Cox, Genevieve R; FireMoon, Paula; Anastario, Michael P; Ricker, Adriann; Thunder, Ramey Escarcega-Growing; Baldwin, Julie A; Rink, Elizabeth

fiu authors

publication date

  • August 26, 2021

keywords

  • ADOLESCENTS
  • American Indian health
  • CULTURE
  • DISPARITIES
  • Ethnic Studies
  • HISTORICAL TRAUMA
  • IDENTITY
  • INTERSECTIONALITY
  • Indigenous standpoint theory
  • KNOWLEDGES
  • PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH
  • PRINCIPLES
  • RESILIENCE
  • Social Sciences
  • colonial knowledge claims
  • decolonizing methodologies
  • intersectionality

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

start page

  • 460

end page

  • 468

volume

  • 17

issue

  • 4