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"Learning about knowledge and how it is conceived, impacted, and transformed through the interaction with others raises many questions about how I have come to know what I know."
Two studies conducted through community-campus partnerships demonstrated emerging frameworks for ethical conduct of research involving Indigenous peoples in Canada.
This paper describes the author's journey learning about the question of whether non-indigenous researchers should attempt to research with/in Indigenous communities
"This article focuses on the use of the conversational method as a means for gathering knowledge."
This article argues for a fusion of three different research methodologies: indigenous methodologies, participatory action research, and White studies.
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