• Political Science
  • Published 2002

Research in Indian Country: Challenges and Changes.

@inproceedings{Hillabrant2002ResearchII,
  title={Research in Indian Country: Challenges and Changes.},
  author={Walter Hillabrant},
  year={2002}
}
This paper describes selected settings, circumstances, problems, and barriers to research in Indian country, and suggests ways to mitigate or overcome such problems and barriers. Examples are drawn from four research projects. Distinctions are drawn among sponsors of research in Indian country (usually federal agencies); consumers of such research (sponsors, Congress, universities, and other research institutions); and stakeholders (sponsors, consumers, tribes, and national and regional Native… CONTINUE READING

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