DOING RESEARCH WITH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES (IN A GOOD WAY)
In this interactive course students will learn the theoretical and practical foundations for conducting research with Indigenous communities. Discussions will focus on the history of research with Indigenous peoples; ethics, especially as it relates to protocols for using Indigenous knowledge(s); Indigenous research models; research agreements; and data governance (OCAP Principle).
Prerequisite(s): First Nations Studies 2213F/G, or the former Anthropology 2217F/G, or the former FNS 2217F/G.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: INDIGSTU
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