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Telling stories: Exploring research storytelling as a meaningful approach to knowledge mobilization with Indigenous research collaborators and diverse audiences in community …
J Christensen
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 56 (2), 231-242, 2012
1222012
Dear diary: Early career geographers collectively reflect on their qualitative field research experiences
E Heller, J Christensen, L Long, CA Mackenzie, PM Osano, B Ricker, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (01), 67-83, 2011
822011
‘Our home, our way of life’: spiritual homelessness and the sociocultural dimensions of Indigenous homelessness in the Northwest Territories (NWT), Canada
J Christensen
Social & Cultural Geography 14 (7), 804-828, 2013
692013
“They want a different life”: Rural northern settlement dynamics and pathways to homelessness in Yellowknife and Inuvik, Northwest Territories
J Christensen
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 56 (4), 419-438, 2012
682012
How political change paved the way for indigenous knowledge: The Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act
J Christensen, M Grant
Arctic, 115-123, 2007
632007
Advocating beyond the academy: dilemmas of communicating relevant research results
CA MacKenzie, J Christensen, S Turner
Qualitative Research 15 (1), 105-121, 2015
452015
Human security in the Arctic-yes, it is relevant!
G Hoogensen, D Bazely, J Christensen, A Tanentzap, E Bojko
Journal of Human Security 5 (2), 1-10, 2009
452009
Going unscripted: A call to critically engage storytelling methods and methodologies in geography and the medical‐health sciences
S De Leeuw, MW Parkes, VS Morgan, J Christensen, N Lindsay, ...
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 61 (2), 152-164, 2017
432017
Indigenous housing and health in the Canadian North: Revisiting cultural safety
J Christensen
Health & place 40, 83-90, 2016
362016
No home in a homeland: Indigenous peoples and homelessness in the Canadian North
J Christensen
UBC Press, 2017
252017
Indigenous Homelessness: Perspectives from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand
P Andrew, T Aubry, Y Belanger, C Bird, C Birdsall-Jones, MM Bonnycastle, ...
Univ. of Manitoba Press, 2016
232016
Homeless in a homeland: housing (in) security and homelessness in Inuvik and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada
JB Christensen
McGill University (Canada), 2012
202012
“Dear Diary” revisited: reflecting on collaborative journaling
CA Mackenzie, B Ricker, J Christensen, E Heller, E Kagan, PM Osano, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 37 (4), 480-486, 2013
192013
Homelessness across Alaska, the Canadian North and Greenland: A review of the literature on a developing social phenomenon in the Circumpolar North
J Christensen, S Arnfjord, S Carraher, T Hedwig
Arctic 70 (4), 349-364, 2017
172017
Activating the heart: Storytelling, knowledge sharing, and relationship
J Christensen, C Cox, L Szabo-Jones
Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 2018
162018
Climate change, weather, housing precarity, and homelessness: a systematic review of reviews
M Bezgrebelna, K McKenzie, S Wells, A Ravindran, M Kral, J Christensen, ...
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (11), 5812, 2021
72021
‘They don’t let us look after each other like we used to’: reframing Indigenous homeless geographies as home/journeying in the Northwest Territories, Canada
J Christensen, P Andrew
Indigenous homelessness: Perspectives from Canada, Australia, and New …, 2016
72016
Human security in the Arctic: The IPY GAPS project
GH Gjørv, B Dale, M Lvova, KA Bråten, V González, D Bazely, ...
Implications and Consequences of Anthropogenic Pollution in Polar …, 2016
72016
Bridging the GAPS between ecology and human security
DR Bazely, J Christensen, AJ Tanentzap, G Hoogensen Gjørv
Environmental and human security in the Arctic, 129-150, 2014
72014
Homeless in a homeland: housing (in) security and homelessness in Inuvik and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
J Christensen
Montreal, QB: McGill, 2011
72011
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