Akak’stiman: A Blackfoot Framework for Decision-Making and Mediation Processes

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Akak’stiman: A Blackfoot Framework for
Decision-Making and Mediation Processes

Author: Reg Crowshoe, Sybille Manneschmidt

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Book description:
This is a unique book that considers the two health structures that exist on the Peigan reserve in southern Alberta (one based on Western European theories, & the other which is based on traditional Blackfoot culture). This book provides a model for how these two approaches can be combined to provide Native people on the reserve with processes that empower them. Not only applicable to health structures, but also management practices & social structures & applicable to native groups across Canada, although it is rooted in Blackfoot tradition.

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