Indigenous researchers must move beyond merely assuming an indigenous perspective on non indigenous research paradigms an indigenous paradigm comes from the fundamental belief that knowledge is relational is shared with all creation and therefore can not be owned or discovered. presents an overview and synthesis of indigenous research methodologies and illustrates their application through case studies from the united states canada australia new zealand africa asia and the united kingdom reviews the predominant research paradigms and indigenous paradigms and. Definition indigenous methodologies tend to approach cultural protocols values and behaviors as an integral part of methodology smith 2001 p. But indigenous research methodologies are powerful and worthwhile despite this challenge because they provide vital opportunities to contribute to the body of knowledge about the natural world and indigenous peoples. Indigenous research methodologies social responsibility transitional justice and reconciliation processes environmental justice global sustainability environmental politics and governance indigenous knowledge systems education for sustainable development environmental sustainability
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