Indigenous Methods of Research: Beyond Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
Indigenous Methods of Research focus on cultural aspects of research methods related to Indigenous knowledge and Western science. The talk examines the role that place-based Indigenous research plays in informing Western science and explores the purpose and current theories of Indigenous research, roles and responsibilities of an Indigenous researcher, oral and recorded traditions and sources of information, and other important issues. The following questions are emphasized: to whom does the research belong? Whose benefit and interests are at stake? Who is the researcher and what is her/his relationship to the research community? Who controls and disseminates the results?
Lambert, Lori, "Indigenous Methods of Research: Beyond Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)" (2017). Public Lecture Series. 107.