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Reflections on the relevance of “self-regulation” for native communities

Date Added to Library: 
Wednesday, August 1, 2018 - 13:38
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Individual Author: 
Tsethlikai, M.
Murray, D.W.
Meyer, A.M.
Sparrow, J.
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Place Published: 
Washington, DC
Published Date: 
07/12/2018
Published Date (Date): 
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Year: 
2018
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Abstract: 

The words that comprise “self-regulation” (e.g., ‘self’ and ‘regulation’) may be problematic for many Native communities that emphasize community and learning through observing, internalizing, and doing.  Self-regulation may still be relevant for Native communities because self-regulation occurs in relationships, can be developed through a range of different ways of learning, and can serve the well-being of whole communities. (Author abstract)

 

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