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Anishinaabeg Voices: Intersections of Identity, Culture, and Values in Education and Professional Life
This research explores how seven Ojibwe adults talk about cultural ways of knowing in their education, professional careers, success, and overall life experiences. More specifically, this research examines participant ...
Quiet Leader: A Woman's Autoethnographic Leadership Study
Leadership is widely researched and discussed across many disciplines. Most research indicates that good leaders are often thought to exhibit traits such as extraversion, or have certain abilities, like excellent communication ...
The Value of African American Poetry in Community Settings
This research study presents the perspectives of nine residents of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI (the "Twin Ports"), upon the reading of African American poetry. The study attempts to assess the importance of exposure to ...