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Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples
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The book can strategically be divided into two main sections: the first section explores the contemporary and historical legacy of an imperial tryst between Western scientific, economic, and ideological formations shaping relations with alterity (Chapters 1-5); the second section outlines a radical alternative methodology for conducting research on indigenous peoples and issues (Chapters 6-9).Read more ›
I have already loaned this book to others and recommended that the others who want it buy it ! Better be quick - they are disappearing from the shelves as you read !!
The chapters are absorbing and surprisingly straight-forward for theory, and can be read separately or in sequence. The work is accessible enough for undergraduate students, but rich enough to serve as a valuable addition to the graduate student's bookshelf.
She reaches both Native and non-Native audiences, and concludes her work with indiginizing projects that detail real alternatives to current practices. An investment you will not regret!
Tuhiwai Smith's work draws from a number of renowned figures in critical tradition and particularly in emancipatory theory. Foucault, Said, Freire, Marx, and Thiong have had a greater influence on Tuhiwai Smith's work and her `emancipatory goals'.Read more ›
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The important message contained in this book has not dated since it was first published. While oriented towards a Māori cultural context, the book is of relevance to those wanting... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
A much needed reference for indigenous peoples across the planet. Affirms are need to write our own histories without the need to get permission from those of colonizing... Read morePublished 5 months ago by sheila mccoy
This text was required for a class. I passed with an A.Published 9 months ago by Olivia G. Northridge
I like collecting books by female authors to see how they view themselves.Published 11 months ago by Rlene S. Steffy
The changing paradigm in mainstream education is not matched for indigenous peoples. Linda's writing is, sadly, still relevant today. You may have thought we had moved on.Published 12 months ago by Karaitiana
Brings an indigenous perspective to the subject which opened my eyes to things I hadn't seen.Published 13 months ago by Murray Short
My all time favourite bood. Information is presented in a format that is easily comprehended. WowPublished 13 months ago by MJeri