Differential Power and Indian Child Welfare: Part Four

Voices from the Margins

Carol A. Hand

Following is the fourth installment of one of the exam papers written to complete a university degree (Hand, 1999). I am sharing the essay in installments, with minor edits and illustrations added, in hopes that it might be of interest and stimulate thoughtful dialogue. (Part One defined theory and discussed some of the relevant general theories that continue to guide research, policies, and practice paradigms that limit the exercise of sovereignty by tribal governments over the welfare of their citizens, lands, and resources. Part Two covered theories about the ways in which power over others is imposed and maintained. Part Three explored different theories related specifically to the colonial experience of Indigenous Peoples in what is now the United States.)

I wish to thank all of the readers and commenters who have been following this series. I have learned a lot from the thoughtful dialogue. Perhaps…

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