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Jeremy Hapeta, Rochelle Stewart-Withers and Farah Palmer

this in mind, we reinforce the importance of assuming a strengths-based stance ( Paraschak, 2013 ) as Indigenous and KM scholars, and we illustrate this argument using the sport for social change case studies based in Aotearoa NZ. The research originates from a “ground-up” perspective ( Pihama, Cram

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Jennifer E. McGarry

way that can lead to change through partnerships between community leaders and scholars ( Neuman, 2003 , p. 81). In order for our scholarship to have such broader impacts, we have to acknowledge that no neutral stance exists. In adopting a critical social frame where the goal of research is to empower