What is Effective Research Communication? Towards Cooperative Inquiry with Nunavut Communities.
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Henri, Dominique A.
Brunet, Nicolas D.
Dort, Hillary E.
Odame, Helen Hambly
Gilchrist, H. Grant
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Communication is recognized as the foundation of developing partnerships in science. In this study, we assess the effectiveness of several communication processes, practices, and tools used by wildlife researchers in northern communities in Arctic Canada. A case study was conducted in the communities of Cape Dorset and Coral Harbour (Salliq), Nunavut, Canada, to assess the effectiveness of research communication approaches carried out by the northern marine bird research group of Environment and Climate Change Canada, which has a long-standing research relationship with these two communities. Our objectives were to 1) explore local experiences with research-marine bird research in particular, 2) examine what communication approaches and tools Nunavummiut viewed as most effective for learning about research activities and feeling engaged in the process, and 3) identify new and emerging communication needs in Nunavut communities to support more effective research partnerships. Our findin.....
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Spatial CoverageArctic Canada
CitationHenri, D. A., Brunet, N. D., Dort, H. E., Odame, H. H., Shirley, J. and Gilchrist, H. G. (2020) What is Effective Research Communication? Towards Cooperative Inquiry with Nunavut Communities. Arctic, 73(1), pp.81-98. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14430/arctic70000
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