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Webinar on Indigenous and Intercultural Research: Issues, Ethics, and Methods

Indigenous and Intercultural Research will be the MethodSpace focus for February. So we can go in depth and exchange ideas on these important topics, we are hosting a MethodSpace Live Webinar: Indigenous and Intercultural Research: Issues, Ethics, and Methods. Register now! Date: February 27Time: 18:00. Find the time in your zone here. Register here This […]

Categories: Ethics, Focus Series, Indigenous Methods, MethodSpace Live!, Participatory Methods, Research, Research Skills, Social Issues, Teaching, Uncategorised

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Open Access Ethics Resources for Researchers

Independent researcher Dr. Helen Kara recently completed an important new book: Research Ethics in the Real World. She also co-edited a special issue on “New Directions in Qualitative Research Ethics” for the March 2017 International Journal of Social Research Methodology. She generously agreed to share this collection of open access ethics resources with Methodspace readers. You […]

Categories: Ethics, Indigenous Methods, Open Access, Presenting, Research, Students, Tools and Resources

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Does Research Methodology Require Decolonization?

Maori anthropologist Linda Tuhiwai Smith, in her seminal work Decolonising Methodologies, argues that Re-search is a dirty word. Hyphenating “research” into “re-search” is very useful because it reveals what is involved, what it really means, and goes beyond the naive view of “research” as an innocent pursuit of knowledge. It underscores the fact that “re-searching” […]

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