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Research ethics: Learning from Indigenous researchers

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Western academics can benefit from examining Indigenous researchers’ holistic approach to ethics, says Helen Kara

Indigenous peoples have undertaken research for millennia and western academics can benefit greatly from examining their holistic approach to ethics.

Indigenous peoples around the world conduct research—and not, as some Euro-western people think, because they have picked up a few tips from their colonisers.

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