Indigenous Wholistic Theory: A Knowledge Set for Practice

@article{Absolon2020IndigenousWT,
  title={Indigenous Wholistic Theory: A Knowledge Set for Practice},
  author={K. Absolon},
  journal={First Peoples Child & Family Review},
  year={2020},
  volume={5},
  pages={74-87}
}
  • K. Absolon
  • Published 2020
  • Sociology
  • First Peoples Child & Family Review
In this article, the author, establishes a knowledge set for Indigenous social work practice based on Indigenous wholistic theory. An overall framework using the circle is proposed and introduced followed by a more detailed and elaborated illustration using the four directions. The article identifies the need to articulate Indigenous wholistic theory and does so by employing a wholistic framework of the four directional circle. It then systematically moves around each direction, beginning in… Expand
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