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Please Knock Before You Enter: Aboriginal Regulation of Outsiders and the Implications for Researchers (Karen Martin 2008)

Published/Released on May 20, 2008 | Posted by Admin on May 31, 2015 / , , , , ,
 


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BOOK: Martin, K 2008, Please knock before you enter: Aboriginal regulation of outsiders and the implications for researchers, Post Pressed, Teneriffe, Qld. ISBN: 9781921214370

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The regulation of Outsiders to Aboriginal Country is theorised by scholars as invasion and contact, race relations, frontiers and acculturation. In these theories Aboriginal People are represented as powerless and hopeless in the face of their inevitable assimilation. Aboriginal regulation of Outsiders is rarely investigated for Aboriginal agency.

This research study investigates the agency of a Rainforest Aboriginal Community in the regulation of Outsiders to their Country of past, present and future. It provides an Indigenist research paradigm founded on the principles of cultural respect and cultural safety and embedded in Aboriginal ontology, epistemology and axiology.



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