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Indigenous Studies: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1799804240
  • ISBN-13: 9781799804246
  • DDC: 371.829
  • 773 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2020 | Published/Released March 2020
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2020

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Overview

Global interest in indigenous studies has been rapidly growing as researchers realize the importance of understanding the impact indigenous communities can have on the economy, development, education, and more. As the use, acceptance, and popularity of indigenous knowledge increases, it is crucial to explore how this community-based knowledge provides deeper insights, understanding, and influence on such things as decision making and problem solving. This title examines the politics, culture, language, history, socio-economic development, methodologies, and contemporary experiences of indigenous peoples from around the world, as well as how contemporary issues impact these indigenous communities on a local, national, and global scale. Topics include local narratives, intergenerational cultural transfer, and ethnicity and identity. For sociologists, policymakers, anthropologists, instructors, researchers, academicians, and graduate-level students in a variety of fields.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editor-in-Chief.
Associate Editors.
Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
1: Business.
2: Indigenous Chinese Management Philosophies: Key Concepts and Relevance for Modern Chinese Firms.
3: Social Work and Its Complexity in Aotearoa New Zealand: The Need for the Infusion of Indigenous Practice Frameworks.
4: Indigenous Knowledge Management Practices in Indigenous Organizations in South Africa and Tanzania.
5: Cultural Festivals of Botswana Ethnic Communities: Business Values and Challenges.
6: Education.
7: Introducing the Teaching and Learning Benefits of the WWW in Aboriginal Schools: Trials and Tribulations.
8: An Indigenous Perspective on Technology Education.
9: English Writing via a Social Networking Platform.
10: Culturally Responsive Relationships Focused Pedagogies: The Key to Quality Teaching and Creating Quality Learning Environments.
11: Enhancing the Australian Doctoral Experience: Locating Culture and Identity at the Centre.
12: Mobile Learning and Indigenous Education in Canada: A Synthesis of New Ways of Learning.
13: Enhancing Professional Learning Through Mobile Devices for Pre-Service Teachers in Remote Communities: An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Example.
14: Higher Education Abroad: Trends among the Indigenous Palestinian Arab Minority in Israel.
15: Indigenising the University Curriculum in Southern Africa.
16: Embedding Indigenous Knowledge in Library and Information Science Education in Anglophone Eastern and Southern Africa.
17: Conceptual Model of Generic Learning Design to Teach Cultural Artifacts in Computing Education: An Analysis Based on Akan Culture in Ghana.
18: The Transforming Role of Education in a Post-Conflict Region in Southeastern Bangladesh: Reaching out with Education for Peace.
19: ICT Development and Access.
20: Mitigating Ethno-Cultural Differences: Ethical Guidelines for ICT Development in an Indigenous Community.
21: Use of Information and Communication Technologies Tools to Capture, Store, and Disseminate Indigenous Knowledge: A Literature Review.
22: Promoting Indigenous Financial Inclusion: Improving ICT Access within Rural Australia.