"The literature of the birth and growth of aboriginal cultural tourism is briefly explored with applications in the Mi’kmaq First Nation. Section 6, Research Involving Aboriginal People of the Tri-Council Policy Statement is presented as a guide and blueprint for tourism marketing researchers."
Applies professional ethical standards in business and personal life. (e.g., understands and follows the CAFM Code of Ethical Standards, maintains confidentiality, maintains independence where required, identifies and avoids conflicts of interest)
In order to comply with these two basic concepts the following Standards of Ethical Conduct apply to the Certified Aboriginal Financial Managers (CAFM) members of the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA). These standards serve to enhance confidence in the integrity and service of the CAFM. These Standards are not in any order of priority, rather they are to be used as required by the specifics of each situation.
Canadian Council for the Advancement of Development Officers
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"Professional Level Certification recognition is an indicator of capacity that expands on the 16 competency requirements, and incorporates on-the-job learning; an exploration of ethics, leadership, and communications; and a higher level of analysis and assessment of Aboriginal economic development theory and practice."
ACQRA provides resources to facilitate carrying out qualitative research by developing relationships with existing research centres at St. Thomas University, bringing in internationally recognized scholars to make public presentations and to consult with local qualitative researchers about their work.
List of selected research of interest by the Prudy Crawford Chair, including: Thesis Students Supervised; Papers in Refereed Journal; Editor of Referred Journals; Published Conference Proceedings and Papers; and Lectures. Aboriginal work is noted with an asterisk.