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Title: A review of social service education projects for people of native ancestry in the Prairie Provinces with particular emphasis on Manitoba
Authors: Belanger, Lawrence Paul
Issue Date: 1980
Abstract: Social service education for people of native ancestry is a new and unexplored area of inquiry. Very little is known about the educational needs of this group since studies in this area have been either peripheral or non-existent. The purpose of this study is to determine what has taken place with respect to social service education for people of native ancestry in the Prairie Provinces and to make suggestions regarding possible future directions of social service education for people of native ancestry. This study utilized a qualitative methodology and an exploratory research design to catalogue and describe social service projects for people of native ancestry in the Prairie Provinces and to determine what perceptions key people held about their involvement in the projects. In-person interviews were conducted in Manitoba with the students and staff participants of the projects and with intermediary organizations who are directly or indirectly involved in social service education for people of native ancestry...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/3459
Other Identifiers: ocm72747519
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