An Evaluation of Ontario Provincial Land Use and Resource Management Policies and Their Intersection with First Nations with Respect to Manifest and Latent Content - Summary Table
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This summary table entitled An Evaluation of Ontario Provincial Land Use and Resource Management Policies and Their Intersection with First Nations with Respect to Manifest and Latent Content represents a condensed version of the initial analysis executed in summer 2013 and revisited in spring 2014 to evaluate the manifest and latent content of 337 provincial texts. This research, supported by various grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) was completed as part of the requirements for a 2014 School of Urban and Regional Planning at Queen’s University M.Pl thesis by Fraser McLeod entitled Finding Common Ground: Building Equitable Planning Futures with First Nations in Ontario, Canada. As part of this thesis research, additional analysis not included in this table was carried out, including subsequent rounds of targeted analysis, semi-structured interviews for validation purposes only and ongoing iterative discussions and active involvement by team members of the Planning With Indigenous Peoples (PWIP) Research Group at Queen’s University (See www.queensu.ca/pwip). This table is a reduced version of the initial database that was expanded and used to execute further analysis. It should be acknowledged that this table presented in this reduced and simplified form has limitations and does not capture the depth of the analysis, to a certain degree. For instance, not all provincial texts examined as part of the analysis are included in this summary table. Accordingly, users are strongly recommended to refer to the peer-reviewed articled cited below. The article gives further insight and details into the manifest and latent content analysis and the categories and key terms used as part of the research, particularly those linked to honouring past Crown-First Nations relationships in contemporary provincial land use and resource management policies. Where minor differences or discrepancies do exist between this table and the article, the final published work shall be upheld as it reflects the expanded analysis and the active involvement of PWIP team members. Nevertheless, the summary table presented in its summary form represents a living document to assist in further discussions and research initiatives.