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Unit of Study INDG5005 Indigenous Research Methodologies (2025)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

examine and explain methodological principles of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and/or other Indigenous research

evaluate the assumptive basis of research methods and situate approaches that culturally strengthen Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander autonomy across research contexts

critically analyse methodologies and methods to establish relational standpoints and pathways to knowledge that ethically empower Aboriginal. Torres Strait Islander and other Indigenous communities

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