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Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear
Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear
University of Arizona/University of Waikato
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The CARE principles for indigenous data governance
SR Carroll, I Garba, OL Figueroa-Rodríguez, J Holbrook, R Lovett, ...
Data Science Journal 19, 43-43, 2020
4522020
Indigenous data sovereignty and policy
M Walter, T Kukutai, SR Carroll, D Rodriguez-Lonebear
Taylor & Francis, 2021
2012021
Indigenous Data Governance: Strategies from United States Native Nations
SR Carrol, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, A Martinez
Data Science Journal 18 (31), 1-15, 2019
1572019
Research full report: american indian reservations and COVID-19: correlates of early infection rates in the pandemic
D Rodriguez-Lonebear, NE Barceló, R Akee, SR Carroll
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 26 (4), 371, 2020
1182020
Building a data revolution in Indian country
D Rodriguez-Lonebear
Indigenous data sovereignty: Toward an agenda 14, 253-72, 2016
962016
Tallying tribes: Waikato-Tainui in the census and iwi register
J Walling, D Small-Rodriguez, T Kukutai
Social Policy Journal of New Zealand 36 (2), 15, 2009
402009
Policy brief: Indigenous data sovereignty in the United States
SC Rainie, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, A Martinez
Native Nations Institute, The University of Arizona, 2017
332017
The blood line: racialized boundary making and citizenship among native nations
D Rodriguez-Lonebear
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 7 (4), 527-542, 2021
202021
‘Walk softly and listen carefully’: Building research relationships with tribal communities
NCAI Policy Research Center and MSU Center for Native Health Partnerships
NCAI Policy Research Center and MSU Center for Native Health Partnerships, 2012
202012
Policy brief (Version 2): data governance for native nation rebuilding
SC Rainie, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, A Martinez
Tucson: Native Nations Institute, 2017
172017
Policy Brief: Data Governance for Native Nation Rebuilding (Version 2)
SC Rainie, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, A Martinez
Tucson: Native Nations Institute, University of Arizona. http://nni. arizona …, 2017
162017
Indigenous Data in the Covid-19 Pandemic: Straddling Erasure, Terrorism, and Sovereignty
SR Carroll, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, R Akee, A Lucchesi, JR Richards
Items: Insights from the Social Sciences, 2020
112020
The SEEDS of Indigenous population health data linkage
RK Rowe, SR Carroll, C Healy, D Rodriguez-Lonebear, JD Walker
International Journal of Population Data Science 6 (1), 2021
62021
Indigenous Data Sovereignty: Toward an Agenda
D Rodriguez-Lonebear, T Kukutai, J Taylor
Australian National University Press, 2016
62016
15 Embedding systemic change—opportunities and challenges
M Walter, SR Carroll, T Kukutai, D Rodriguez-Lonebear
Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Policy, 226, 2020
52020
Perspectives on linkage involving indigenous data
J Walker, B Healy, C Healy, T Apsassin, W Wadsworth, C Jones, ...
International Journal of Population Data Science 3 (4), 2018
22018
American Indian Reservations and COVID-19: Correlates of Early Infection Rates in the Pandemic (vol 26, pg 371, 2020)
D Rodriguez-Lonebear, NE Barcelo, R Akee, Carroll, R Stephanie
JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE 28 (2), 125-125, 2022
12022
US Census Response Rates on American Indian Reservations in the 2020 Census and in the 2010 Census
P Ong, R Akee, D Rodriguez-Lonebear
12020
Tribal Sovereignty and the Limits of Race for American Indians
D Rodriguez-Lonebear, T Rocha Beardall
2021
Peaceful Negotiations: Implications for the Release of Twenty-One Chibok Girls from Boko Haram Captivity
MC Dawson, N Vinik, K Tolstaya, M Yang, HA Agrama, K Amani, ...
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