Guiding principles for indigenous research practices
Blog post on behalf of Kevin C Snow, Danica G Hays, Guia Caliwagan, David J Ford, Jr, Davide Mariotti, Joy Maweu Mwendwa, and Wendy E Scott
Based upon expansions of indigenous research methodologies in the literature, researchers are encouraged to understand indigenous research conceptualization and implementation within various communities. The purpose of this review is to outline six tenets or principles that are intended to engage researchers in practices that privilege the voices and goals of indigenous populations: indigenous identity development; indigenous paradigmatic lens; reflexivity and power sharing; critical immersion; participation and accountability; and methodological flexibility. Future research directions for expanding and operationalizing principles of indigenous research practices are also provided.
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