Three years later, AMMSA Newspaper was renamed Windspeaker and news coverage grew from northern Alberta to western Canada and finally, in 1993 on its tenth anniversary, Windspeaker became Canada's first national Aboriginal publication.
On-line distribution allows us to not only cover issues of the day, but also enables us to continue with analysis of the issues impacting Indigenous people and communities throughout Canada," said Paul Macedo, AMMSA director of publishing operations.
Palabras clave: agresiones sexuales, mitos, validacion, escala, AMMSA.
In Study 1, 312 students completed the Colombian AMMSA and other scales with related content (Sexism Ambivalent Inventory, ASI, and Rape Myth Acceptance &ale, RMAS).
To carry out their validation and analysis of the AMMSA
scale's psychometric properties, Gerger et al.
Cardinal, Elder, AMMSA
Board Member and leader who believed communications was key to greater understanding between people and cultures.
Television Arts Program or Equivalent Certified Training Program (as recognized by Alberta Learning) and be able to produce a transcript of grades from the 1st year (Be available to participate in a 4 week internship program at AMMSA
at the completion of the school year.
is now located in the northwest end of Edmonton.
The Native Communications Society lost its funding in 1982, and Crowfoot started AMMSA
from its ashes in 1983.
Windspeaker and AMMSA
have not only survived but have prospered and expanded despite the onslaught of so-called Native newspapers in the early 90's which were just get-rich-quick schemes by non-Native publishers and salespeople.
stands for Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta, the name of the organization that publishes Windspeaker.
In the April 2002 edition of Ontario Birchbark, under the heading Bad boy meets Lil' fan, AMMSA
publications should have credited Abby Cote for taking the photo and, at minimum, should have provided Cote partial credit for writing the story.