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Indigenous Research Methods and Ethics

This course will address methodological and ethical issues related to conducting research with Indigenous peoples. Indigenous and Western approaches to the constructions of knowledge are explored with an emphasis on Indigenous knowledges and how they are practiced in methodological approaches to research. 3 hours; lecture and seminar


Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Chelsea Gabel

Associate Professor | Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Well-Being, Community Engagement, and Innovation

Prerequisite(s): INDIG ST 1A03 or 1AA3 Antirequisite(s): INDIG ST 2AA3 and INDIG ST 2M06A/B
Required Courses