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Old Pedagogies for Wise Education: A Janussian Reflection on Universities

Zane M. Diamond
2021 Philosophies  
My central concern has been to understand how teachers across diverse locations throughout history have learned to develop wisdom and how they have educated others to such understandings.  ...  I then briefly discuss the methodological aspects of this paper and explain my key terms: information, knowledge and wisdom, followed by an examination of wisdom through the lens of the teaching and learning  ...  usefulness without additional perspectives and types of reasoning.  ... 
doi:10.3390/philosophies6030064 fatcat:bdqiu2hlcberbfhgiwbwojkwb4

Political ecology and policy: a case study in engagement [chapter]

2015 The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology  
These are followed by a section on the practice of political ecology: ethics, methods, activism, and policy.  ...  With contributions from over 50 leading scholars, the Handbook presents a systematic overview of political ecology's origins, practices, and core concerns, and aims to advance both ongoing and emerging  ...  The potential is there for a critically informed, collaborative approach to mapping, one that draws from a critical understanding of how mapping has been used to reinforce and deepen relations More deeply  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315759289-25 fatcat:2hua5i2sjvbnljg2kclngivhay

Can Repatriation Heal the Wounds of History?

Chip Colwell
2019 The Public historian  
In 1990, the US Congress passed the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), which in part established a legal procedure for Native Americans to reclaim cultural items and ancestral  ...  A survey of tribal repatriation workers reveals that "healing" for Native American communities is not uniform in practice or merely the end point of conflict.  ...  important starting point for the close study of healing from the perspective of those whose wounds left by historic collecting practices run deepest.  ... 
doi:10.1525/tph.2019.41.1.90 fatcat:ajan5hhfn5hyhmtqdnm5oiwmrq

Vignette: Limits to Growth, the Rohingya, and Planetary Health [chapter]

Colin Butler
2019 Contemporary Systems Thinking  
More information about this series at  ...  This understanding is paramount to the debate of indigenous people's right to self-determination.  ...  access to cheaper, easier and faster access to information via the internet, smartphones and social media.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04993-5_6 fatcat:xg6muhmofbeapeeoj5vk42cnpe

Cultural Politics and Iconography: An Introduction

Debjani Ganguly, Mandy Thomas
2009 Humanities Research  
Much economic activity in this period has been dependent on informal channels of credit and its use is regarded as normal business practice.  ...  the Internet and the Partha Chatterjee, Nationalist Thought in the Colonial World: A Derivative Discourse?  ...  political economy and practices of display, a movement from containment and classification to  ... 
doi:10.22459/hr.xi.01.2004.01 fatcat:umsthk5c5vgzjkenstm62da45m

Report of the Ethics Committee, 2015

2016 American Psychologist  
We have a shared understanding of what constitutes Indigenous rights. In general, it is easy for us to agree.  ...  and the emergence of a range of Indigenous voices and perspectives.  ... 
doi:10.1037/amp0000018 pmid:27504575 fatcat:3r4e6fziubgx7k3ivulcxu65la

Tápun and tourism: a case study from the Dusun Sungai community

Robert Francis Peters
Overall, this thesis uses participant observation, interviews, archival and historical records to explore this issue.  ...  This thesis was inspired by a vision that indigenous knowledge may contribute to tourism and at the same time to the sustainability of the environment.  ...  For such expression, a tourist might use social media such as the Guestbook or the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/58b8bb7697d2f fatcat:6qy3kbtpq5gj3jacm553djo7ky

Judicial Use of Customary Law in the Criminal Justice Process in the Northern Territory of Australia

Anne Joyce Griffiths
This is followed by a consideration of the various methods by which such recognition might be achieved.  ...  It is argued that the role of the judiciary in the evolution and regulation of the use of customary law in this context is crucial and that it is often the most appropriate body to decide such issues.  ...  Essentially Parekh's point is that different cultures serve to broaden people's understanding of their own cultures and thereby aid in their development.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00033738 fatcat:h5m66kmflrcfrmahnhrkdky5o4

Community, communication and contradiction : the political implications of changing modes of communication in indigenous communities of Australia and Mexico

Reinke, Leanne, 1964-
There is a lack of understanding of the informal education practices and their implications upon learning techniques.  ...  on a modernist perspective.  ...  These examples demonstrate the capacity of many Indigenous communities to adopt technology in such a way as to maintain the face-to-face practices crucial to their socially integrative communities.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/59cb405febd60 fatcat:a2mu3nm6anbt7col4u3fb22y4y

Intercultural communication in the EFL classroom

Caroline Wappel
2020 unpublished
The aim of this thesis is to develop intercultural understanding through the adoption of a transcultural teaching and learning approach and equip students with critical reading and research skills through  ...  the inclusion of multicultural literary texts and the use of digital media.  ...  explains the main concepts, principles and practices of teaching and learning from an intercultural perspective.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.61444 fatcat:bmq2xbkmjnginizpvukpiml2yi

Looking at Community Security Through Cultural Heritage [article]

Jennifer Canfield, University, The Australian National
Or put simply, to understand the security of a thing, we first need to understand what that thing is. Therefore, my thesis question is: How is community understood?  ...  Questioning this perspective is important, because how these organisations recognise relevant communities will shape policies and programs at local, state and international levels.  ...  In this context, the most common ways in which organisations understand community are geography, indigeneity, and artists or a shared art practice.  ... 
doi:10.25911/j2dd-te11 fatcat:jxs4g2wajndjrgywfqqc3fmczq

A web of Aboriginal water rights: examining the competing Aboriginal claim for water property rights and interests in Australia

Virginia Anne Marshall
In applying an Aboriginal perspective to water rights and regulation in Australia, the thesis establishes a new understanding in the significance of water to Aboriginal peoples and that, the value of water  ...  An Aboriginal perspective on these national issues demanded 'a voice' to examine and analyse why Aboriginal water values and concepts relating to the use of water was effectively a non-issue in the national  ...  Acknowledgements The following people are acknowledged for their contribution in their inspiration, guidance and support in my journey that assisted my unswerving persistence in completing this thesis,  ... 
doi:10.25949/19432133.v1 fatcat:y4idduuhlzfc5dclqdn2qt2usu

True Tracks: Indigenous cultural and intellectual property principles for putting self-determination into practice [article]

Terri Janke, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights include free, prior informed consent, integrity, attribution and benefit sharing.  ...  This approach can assist Indigenous people assert their ICIP rights with the necessary supporting infrastructure and governance. Furthermore, the True Tracks ICIP framework can inform new law.  ...  This could form that basis of a best practice model for prior informed consent and by which to engage Indigenous people and use their knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5d51497c97823 fatcat:izq4a543mbbkvojhfhnsvnkzwe

The health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adolescents and young people: opportunities for applied epidemiology [article]

Stephen Harfield, University, The Australian National, University, The Australian National
(BBV), amongst young South Australians aged 16-29 years, both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous.  ...  The evaluation of ATLAS involved a document review, stakeholder interviews and analysis of ATLAS data using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (United States of America) Updated Guidelines  ...  , use of internet and mobile apps, condom use, alcohol and illicit drug use, and drug score.  ... 
doi:10.25911/5e845fe5e43a3 fatcat:vwy4gnw2xrhxpai3iklub2qt6a

Emotional and behavioural problems in Indigenous adults with intellectual disability

Philip James Flint
This research project used the Developmental Behaviour Checklist for Adults (DBC-A), a carer-completed checklist, to investigate the prevalence and nature of psychopathology in Indigenous adults with intellectual  ...  Australian adults with an intellectual disability and to better understand the social, cultural, environmental and developmental contexts of disturbed behaviours in Indigenous adults with intellectual  ...  Without her ongoing love, support, encouragement and care of our three beautiful children while their dad was away (and Nathan, P. J., DL. (1983). Health Business.  ... 
doi:10.4225/03/587c0c3c4e85a fatcat:7en7zxl5z5g75iqdo43yple6la
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