Guiding Principles help keep our activities within the Institute for Integrative Science & Health true to the conceptual vision of Integrative Science. These Guiding Principles have all been encouraged by Mi’kmaw Elders, especially Murdena Marshall and Albert Marshall of Eskasoni First Nation in Unama’ki – Cape Breton, NS.
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1) Bartlett, C., Marshall, M., Marshall, A., and Iwama, M. (authors' final revised draft). Integrative Science and Two-Eyed Seeing: Enriching the Discussion Framework for Healthy Communities (chapter in forthcoming book).
2) Hatcher, A., Bartlett, C.M., Marshall, A., and Marshall, M. 2009. Two-Eyed Seeing in the classroom environment: concepts, approach and challenges. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, 9(3): 141-153.
3) Iwama, M., Marshall, A., Marshall, M. and Bartlett, C. 2009. Two-Eyed Seeing and the Language of Healing in Community-Based Research. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 32: 3-23.