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Working Across Contexts: Practical Considerations of Doing Indigenist/Anti-Colonial Research

Although Indigenous scholars have been documenting Indigenous research methodologies, little has been written on the practical considerations of doing research across Indigenous/Settler contexts. Read this open access article as part of the Indigenous & Intercultural Research focus this month.

Categories: Ethnography, Focus Series, Indigenous Methods, Research Skills, Uncategorised

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Survey Asks Questions About Scholarly Journal Use

How, as a researcher, do you find and then use information in your work? This has been a question Carol Tenopir, a chancellor’s professor at the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has been asking in a series of surveys for decades. In this year’s survey, Tenopir is looking specifically at your […]

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