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MSIT No’Kmaq: An Indigenous framework for understanding children’s social emotional attachment

Danielle Root

Abstract

MSIT No’Kmaq is a core Indigenous philosophy that understands life as a broad series of interconnectedness.  This article highlights principles of MSIT No’Kmaq in order to understand the philosophy as an Indigenous framework for understanding children’s social emotional development.  MSIT No’Kmaq is explored in the context of the contemporary social issues that Indigenous families face, and implications on implementing MSIT No’Kmaq as a framework for promoting healthy social emotional outcomes for children are explored.

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