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Fredericks, Bronwyn – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2009
This paper demonstrates how Indigenous studies is controlled in some Australian universities in ways that continue the marginalisation, denigration and exploitation of Indigenous peoples. Moreover, it shows how the engagement of white notions of "inclusion" can result in the maintenance of racism, systemic marginalisation, white race…
Descriptors: American Indian Studies, Indigenous Populations, Epistemology, Violence
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Fredericks, Bronwyn – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2007
Drawing on Gregory Cajete's (1994, p. 55) explanation of "Pathway" (Path denoting structure, Way implying a process), a research framework was developed exploring Aboriginal women's perceptions and experiences of health and health services. Developing the research methodology was like laying out the Path, as a well thought out structure or the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Females, Attitudes
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Pearce, Leilani; Fredericks, Bronwyn – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2007
The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) lead and govern the Centre for Clinical Research Excellence (CCRE), which has a focus on circulatory and associated conditions in urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The CCRE is a partnership between QAIHC and Monash University, the Queensland University of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Urban Areas, Community Centers