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

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Indigenous and Intercultural Research on SAGE MethodSpace

The series included posts, interviews, open access articles, and a  MethodSpace Live Webinar: Indigenous and Intercultural Research: Issues, Ethics, and Methods.  


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We were honored to welcome two distinguished panelists, Dr. Bagele Chilisa and Dr. Deborah McGregor. 

Dr. Bagele Chilisa, is the author of Indigenous Research Methodologies and a University of Botswana Research and Evaluation Specialist. She helped us understand issues and methods for researchers to consider when studying formerly colonized societies, Indigenous people, or historically oppressed communities. Dr. Deborah McGregor, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice at York University in Toronto. She helped us understand Indigenous knowledge and environmental justice, Indigenous research approaches and intercultural research teams. She is currently collaborating on the UK-based Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Research Partnership project.


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2 thoughts on “Webinar on Indigenous and Intercultural Research: Issues, Ethics, and Methods

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    I would like to collaborate on taking the indigenous research initiative forward in order to show people in all societies that all countries have an indigenous heritage; that nothing is wrong with that ; that the exploitation and annihilation of indigenous people happened everywhere and that all modern societies can learn a lot from their indigenous ancestry. Let us indigenous the moderns.

  2. Some ethical issues related to online interactions of minors include parental consent, age verification and the vulnerability of children. When interacting with any participant in online research, there are also other issues involved in my English essay writing, including privacy and confidentiality, informed consent and differences in access to the Internet.

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