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Giving back : research and reciprocity in indigenous settings

Author: R D K Herman
Publisher: Corvalis : Oregon State University Press, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"How can scholars best give back to the communities in which they conduct their research? This critical question arises from a long history of colonial scholarship that exploited study subjects by taking knowledge without giving anything in return. It is a problem faced by all field researchers, even those working in their own communities. Over the past several decades--and especially since the evolution of feminist  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R D K Herman
ISBN: 9780870719370 0870719378
OCLC Number: 1029246663
Description: 306 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction : why "giving back"? RDK Herman Doing the good work? : the trajectory of research ethics and reciprocity RDK Herman Working the academy : a form of giving back? Jennifer Carter, Tristan Pearce, and Chris Jacobson Paying back : the Hopi Pottery Oral History Project Lea S. McChesney and Gwyneira Isaac Making footprints where our ancestors left theirs : engaging with the descendant community at James Madison's Montpelier Erica D'Elia, Meredith Luze, and Matthew Reeves Collaborative reciprocity revisited : giving back through the community-partnered Iñupiaq Music Heritage Repatriation Project Chie Sakakibara Giving back after fifty years : connecting, returning, and reflecting : new research in old settings Richard Howitt, David Crew, Janice Monk, Claire Colyer, and Stephanie Hull Portrait, landscape, mirror reflections on return fieldwork Kendra McSweeney "Are you making a million dollars?" : reciprocity as cultural and environmental reconnection Maria Fadiman Pacific worlds : documenting Ccommunities' place-based knowledge for Internet dissemination RDK Herman Continue to "tell them about us" Roxanne T. Ornelas Embedded within (Aboriginal) Redfern in Inner Sydney, Australia Wendy S. Shaw Returning research results : a means for giving back and advocating beyond the academy Catrina A. MacKenzie, Julia Christensen, and Sarah Turner Sovereignty-driven research John R. Welch.
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The twelve case studies in this volume demonstrate that giving back can happen through research itself - through the careful framing of questions, co-production of knowledge, and dissemination of  Read more...

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