Recommended Reading List
Ball, J. and Janyst, P., 2008. Enacting research ethics in partnerships with indigenous communities in Canada:“Do it in a good way”. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 3(2), pp.33-51.
Ball, J., & Janyst, P., 2008, ‘Enacting research ethics in partnerships with indigenous communities in Canada: “Do it in a good way”, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 3:2, pp. 33-51.
Bessarab, D. and Ng'andu, B., 2010. Yarning about yarning as a legitimate method in Indigenous research. International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies, 3(1), pp.37-50.
Czaykowska-Higgins, E., 2009, ‘Research models, community engagement, and linguistic fieldwork: Reflections on working within Canadian Indigenous communities’, Language Documentation & Conservation, 3:1, pp. 15-50.
Daftary, A.M.H., 2018. Critical race theory: An effective framework for social work research. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, pp.1-16.
Foley, D., 2003. Indigenous epistemology and Indigenous standpoint theory. Social Alternatives, 22(1), p.44.
Fredericks, B., 2007, 'Utilising the concept of pathway as a framework for Indigenous research', The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 36(S1), pp. 15-22.
Greene, S., 2008, 'Introduction: Teaching for Social Justice', Counterpoints, pp. 1-25.
Heiss, A., 2002. Writing about indigenous Australia--some issues to consider and protocols to follow: a discussion paper. Southerly, 62(2), pp.197-207.
Kavelin, C., 2008, ‘Universities as the Gatekeepers of the Intellectual Property of Indigenous People's Medical Knowledge’, The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 37, pp. 34-45.
Kim Elston, J., Saunders, V., Hayes, B., Bainbridge, R. and McCoy, B., 2013. Building indigenous Australian research capacity. Contemporary nurse, 46(1), pp.6-12.
Kovach, M., 2010. Conversational method in Indigenous research. First Peoples Child & Family Review, 14(1), pp.123-136.
Ladson-Billings, G., 1998. Just what is critical race theory and what's it doing in a nice field like education?. International journal of qualitative studies in education, 11(1), pp.7-24.
McGregor, D., 2004, "Coming full circle: Indigenous knowledge, environment, and our future." American Indian Quarterly. 28.3/4.
Nakata, M., 2007. An Indigenous standpoint theory. Disciplining the savages: Savaging the disciplines, p.213.
Russell-Mundine, G., 2012. Reflexivity in Indigenous research: Reframing and decolonising research?. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 19.
Smith, L.T., 2013. ‘Chapter Three: Colonizing Knowledges’ Decolonizing methodologies: Research and indigenous peoples. Zed Books Ltd..
Vass, G., 2012. ‘So, what is wrong with Indigenous education?’Perspective, position and power beyond a deficit discourse. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 41(2), pp.85-96.
Walter, M., 2016. Data politics and Indigenous representation in Australian statistics. Indigenous data sovereignty: Toward an agenda, 38, pp.79-98.
Walter, M., 2018. The voice of Indigenous data: Beyond the markers of disadvantage. Griffith Review, (60), p.256.
Wane, N.N., 2008. Mapping the field of indigenous knowledges in anti‐colonial discourse: A transformative journey in education. Race Ethnicity and Education, 11(2), pp.183-197.
Wilson, S., 2001, 'What is an Indigenous Research Methodology?' Canadian Journal of Native Education, 25:2, p. 175.
Yosso, T.J., 2005. Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth. Race ethnicity and education, 8(1), pp.69-91.