This unit develops Honours student's appreciation and understanding of the processes of research and provides the opportunity to explore, analyse and critique available methodologies for engaging in research. A range of methodological perspectives through which research in an Indigenous Australian context can be conducted are explored. By providing a structured exposure to these methodological approaches and the ethics processes that are required in relation to each methodology, students are able to evaluate and tentatively apply them to their own research process.
This unit is designed as a preparatory unit in an Honours research program or a Graduate Diploma Dissertation. Before commencing this unit, you will need to discuss possible research topics and supervisors with the Head of School of Indigenous Knowledges and Public Policy.
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