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KCI등재후보 학술저널

PKWENEZIGE (SMUDGING CEREMONY): A FIRST NATION RIGHT TO CEREMONY

PKWENEZIGE (SMUDGING CEREMONY): A FIRST NATION RIGHT TO CEREMONY

In this article, the information regarding the Pkwenezige (Smudging Ceremony) and sharing the information about Pkwenezige and why it is important for Indigenous Peoples to have access to it. Sage, either by itself or in combination with other medicinal plants, is burned during the ceremony, causing an aromatic smoke to be produced. Sage may be used alone or in combination with other medicinal plants. This article will provide policy considerations and collaboration with Indigenous communities on smudging policies and protocols. The purpose of this is to assist those who are developing policies concerning the use of Pkwenezige. This article shares considerations from Indigenous terminology, addressing ventilation systems, fees for Knowledge Holders, Traditional Medicines, to Accessibility.

Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION

Ⅱ. BACKGROUND OF THE ISSUE

Ⅲ. HISTORY OF SMUDGING

Ⅳ. AN INDIGENOUS RIGHT TO CEREMONY

Ⅴ. POLICY CONSIDERATIONS

Ⅵ. CONCLUDING REMARKS

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