Living, working or conducting research in intercultural Indigenous contexts needs an understanding of how ethical behaviours and cultural protocols influence interactions between people, and how this influences the ways in which knowledge is used and shared. This unit challenges students to critically examine how Indigenous knowledges and ethics are represented. Intercultural power relations (for example: colonial processes in settler states) are explored to provide students with knowledge of important ethical, moral and legal principles relating to representation. The unit also examines strategies for working ethically in Indigenous contexts.
Semester 2 | 2019
NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED
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