Tensions in anti-colonial research: lessons learned by collaborating with a mining-affected indigenous community.

@article{Caxaj2012TensionsIA,
  title={Tensions in anti-colonial research: lessons learned by collaborating with a mining-affected indigenous community.},
  author={C Susana Caxaj and Helene Berman and Colleen Varcoe and Susan L. Ray and Jean-Paul Restoule},
  journal={The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres},
  year={2012},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={76-95}
}
Community-based nurse researchers strive to develop collaborative partnerships that are meaningful to the health priorities of participants and relevant to their sociopolitical realities. Within the context of global inequity, intersecting forces of privilege and oppression inevitably shape the research process, resulting in tensions, contradictions, and challenges that must be addressed. This article has 3 purposes: to examine the political context of mining corporations, to describe common… CONTINUE READING