One country: different voices - a critical self reflection


Vigo, Kitty Grazyna Maria

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The creative work - a website titled One Country: Different Voices at - adapts for the non-Indigenous classroom a model for learning developed by Elders of Western New South Wales. Eight Ways Learning is based in traditional Indigenous approaches to learning. The website includes links to teaching and learning websites, Australian Indigenous knowledge, and background reading papers which challenge the students’ implicit world view and attitudes. Part 2: is a critical reflection of theories such as Feminism, Standpoint Theory, Whiteness Studies, and Indigenous research methodologies which inform the work.

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Thesis supervisor

Josie Arnold

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Thesis (PhD)


Copyright © 2017 Kitty Grazyna Maria.

Thesis note

Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctorate of Philosophy, Swinburne University of Technology, 2017.

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Also see Part 1 'One Country: Different Voices: Meeting the Challenge of Introducing Indigenous Approaches to Learning to non-Indigenous Students. Creative Work and Exegesis', and website associated with thesis content: