Certificate in Intercultural Communication - Indigenous Research Methodology & Knowledge Practices INDG 3050   Indigenous Research Methodology & Knowledge Practices
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course examines the methods and practices used for research with Indigenous groups or communities, and explores their ethical and political aspects. Topics will cover the history of research relationships with Indigenous groups or communities, community-based research approaches, research ethics, the political, cultural, and practical aspects of conducting research with groups or communities, research protocols, research agreements, data collection and analysis, and the OCAP (ownership, control, access, and possession) principle.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

PREREQUISITES: CANA 2050.03/HIST 2205.03 or CANA 2052.03/SOSA 2052.03 or permission of instructor
CROSS-LISTING: CANA 3050.03