The increased politicisation of the question of ?who is Indigenous? can be seen as a result of success in the attainment of legal recognition ? often through international laws ? of Indigenous peoples around the world. Consequently, international organisations, host states, non-governmental organisations and researchers have each attempted to develop their own definitional standards of native peoples over the last five decades, although, as Corntassel (2003) points out, this is best answered by Indigenous communities themselves.
|Title of host publication||Children's Images of Identity: Drawing the Self and the Other|
|Editors||Jill Brown, Nicola F Johnson|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam The Netherlands|
|Pages||41 - 56|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|