Consultation and protocols in publishing: A framework for Indigenous communities and publishers

Date created
2019-04-15
Authors/Contributors
Author: Pruys, Sarah
Abstract
This research examines the relationship between the local publishing industry in Fort Smith, Northwest Territories and the Dëne Sųłıné (Chıpewyan) community and looks at how this established relationship can guide other publishers as they consult with communities and seek to understand local protocols. The perspectives of Dëne Sųłıné and non-Indigenous people in publishing were organized to identify the core elements and ideas of a successful working relationship built on continued consultation, trust, and understanding.
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etd20143
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