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What do we mean by decolonizing research strategies? Lessons from decolonizing, Indigenous research projects in New Zealand and Latin America
Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society
While Indigenous and Chicano scholars have articulated sound critiques of the colonizing agendas shaping what counts as legitimate research, their arguments for alternative methodologies are generally silent on the role grassroots research collectives play in forming a strategic response to colonialism in the present. Here, the author develops a positional review of existing bodies of work, in particular participatory action-research (PAR) projects, focusing on what can be learned from thesefatcat:6lswq2pkkvewffjzzhahjaoeoi