A Culturally Informed Personal Narrative of Indigenous Assimilation in Canada

Jonathan William Pitt

Abstract


This article uses a narrative inquiry study to address the treatment of an Indigenous male through a historical and contemporary lens in the Canadian societal context. The purpose of this study was to unpack the assimilative practices through lived experience and apply an experiential reflective learning model process for the author. This narrative inquiry study concludes with a series of recommendations.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsr.v11i1.15998

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